Fellow:Mohamed Moustafa

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Mohamed is a Physics and Aerospace Engineering student at Wichita State University, Kansas. He was born and raised on the mediterranean city of Alexandria, Egypt and moved at the age of 17 to pursue his studies in the US. Mohamed has been an independent full stack web developer for over 6 years. His clients include various large organizations such as Vodafone Telecom and Marist College of New York, but he has established a niche in developing web & design portfolios for small businesses and budding startups. In his free time, he likes to attend hackathons, practice lettering and tinker with machine learning applications.

Before starting university, Mohamed was a member of and fulfilled various leadership roles in Interact, Rotary International's youth program, and in AIESEC, the international volunteer exchange program. As a student, he has been a member with different leadership roles in Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity, the Interfraternity Council, THRIVE sexual assault peer education program, the American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics and the Wichita State Rocket Club. He is also continuously involved in the Wichita area technology and entrepreneurship community.

Feel free to get in touch with Mohamed.

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