Nada is an architect, educator and building scientist who's work focuses on bringing different manifestations of environmental design to life. She is passionate about the conception of projects on both the building and urban level that account for carbon use, mobility, energy as well as health and well being.
Nada has held multiple positions in practice including, Sustainability and Building Physics Consulting at Arup and Project Management at Jones Lang LaSalle. Her work also focuses on enhancing occupied environments through careful assessments of indoor ventilation and daylighting conditions. In addition to this, Nada has been an Adjunct Professor at Northeastern University, where she has lectured on Bio-climatic strategies and building physics.
Nada earned her Masters degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Design, focusing her studies on Energy, Environments and Technology and her Undergraduate degree from the American University in Cairo.
She has continuously sought to engage in both the Academic and Professional sphere, speaking at conferences organized by IBPSA (International Building Performance Association), ASHRAE and ULI (Urban Land Institute).