Wael Ghonim

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Wael Ghonim was born in 1980 in Cairo, and lived in Saudi Arabia for most of his childhood until moving back to Egypt at the age of 13. A prominent internet entrepreneur, by his mid-twenties Wael was a key member or founder of three of the Arab world's most popular websites, and in 2008 he was hired by Google as Regional Product Manager for the Middle East and North Africa. A passionate and committed individual, Wael's knowledge of technology and his dedication to the cause of democracy in Egypt came together in 2011 when he set up a Facebook page that facilitated the protests that would lead to the departure of Hosni Mubarak.[1]

Publications

  • Wael Ghonim, Revolution 2.0, Fourth Estate (19 Jan 2012) ISBN-10: 0007454368

References

  1. Revolution 2.0, for event on 31 January 2011.
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