Fairouz Omar Mohammad is an educational consultant for UNICEF-Egypt, a training officer at the Career Development Center reporting to the International Learning Center of Helwan University, Egypt, and an educational consultant for Save the Children Organization. She is also a fellow member of the International Ashoka Organization for Social Innovation, a fellow member of the International Mubadirun Organization for Social Entrepreneurship, board president of the Great Heart Association for Psychological and Educational Counseling, and a writer for the Education supplement of the London-based Al-Arabi newspaper.
She worked as a trainer for the project “Roads Leading to Higher Education” by the University of Cairo. She is also the leader of the psychological support team accompanying the Convoy of Life, initiated to support the Syrian refugees based in Rif Idlib, and a consultant for the social section of the Islam Online website.
She holds a Master degree in Education from Birmingham University, United Kingdom, and a diploma in Media Studies from the Preachers Institute, the Shari’a Association, University of Cairo, under the Azhar supervision. In addition, she holds a BA in Medicine from the Faculty of Medicine in the University of Cairo.
The most important training programs she attended include: Psychological Support for Teens at Clark University of Massachusetts (United States), and Global Women in Management (GWIM) at Plan International Organization (the United States). Her writings and research works include: Rasa'il fi Tarbiat al-Banat (Letters on Girls Education), Tibah Publishing and Distribution House, Cairo (book), Hamasat al-Banat (Girls’ Whispers), Al-Rayah Publishing and Distribution House, Cairo (book), Curriculum Design for Teaching Citizenship, University of Birmingham, England (research paper), Role of Fathers and Mothers in Schools: Comparative Study Between Egypt and Nicaragua, University of Birmingham, England (research paper).