Rebecca Saab Saade is a social media trainer for the Beirut-based Social Media Exchange. She also works on LGBT rights advocacy work with Meem, “a community of lesbian, bisexual, queer & questioning women and transgender persons in Lebanon.” She helped subtitle the movie 10 Tactics into Arabic.
Lilian Wagdy is a citizen journalist from Cairo, Egypt, and her writings can be found on her blog Barefoot Countess [ar]. Lilian has also been an active volunteer with Global Voices since June 2011, writing about the current events taking place in the months after the revolution. You can follow her on Twitter (@lilianwagdy).
Afef Abrougui of Tunis, Tunisia currently works with the Institute for War and Peace Reporting project. She also describes herself as a “Student. Media Activist. Amateur photographer.” Afef has also been collaborating with Global Voices Online as acontributing author covering citizen media in Tunisia since February 2011. You can follow her on Twitter (@AfefTN)
Hayder Hamzoz is a graphic designer and blogger from Baghdad, Iraq. He collaborates on the blog Iraqi Streets 4 Change, which talks about some of the current events including recent protests in the country. Hayder also is a prolific citizen and social media trainer, and has been involved with several programs teaching Iraqi women how to use technology tools. You can follow him on Twitter (@Hamzoz).