Kholoud Said works as Website Editor at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, and a Translator, Researcher, and Civil Society Trainer and Consultant. Kholoud is also a Political, Civil Society and Social Media Activist, with a special interest in gender issues, decentralization, advocacy, networking and awareness. She has a BA in English Literature and is currently pursuing her MA in Comparative Literature.
With the Egyptian Revolution, Kholoud noticed the danger of polarization and became part of a group to study Marshall Rosenberg’s book Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life, and try to apply its concepts in her daily live. The Group aspires to widen the circle and spread awareness on the importance of NVC and its significance in today’s Egypt through The 2014 Compassion Course Arabic Translation Project.