Abdullah Mosaad

Abdullah Mosaad

Founder & CEO at What's up Youth Professional Services
Nasr City, Egypt

Summary

What’s up Youth Professional Services “WupY-PS” (www.wupy.pro) is a media production company launched late 2010 by What’s up Youth Initiative. The company is specialized in video production, live streaming and social media services. WupY-PS has a long history of working with many organizations and companies in more than 17 countries in Africa, Europe, Asia and North America. The company’s main clients include United Nations, British Council, Shell and PEPSICO. 

Positions

Board Member
World Summit Youth Award
April 2013 - Present (4 years 4 months)
The World Summit Youth Award (WSYA) is a unique global contest which brings together young developers and digital entrepreneurs - under 30 years of age - who use internet and mobile technology to put the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) into action and make a difference.
Physiotherapist
Toukh Medical Center | مركز طبي طوخ
October 2012 - Present (4 years 10 months)
Physiotherapist in the Center, but Currently in a long non-paid Vacation!
Founder & CEO
Nasr City, Egypt
February 2011 - Present (6 years 6 months)
What's up Youth Professional Services “WupY-PS” is a company that offers all the essential elements necessary for live covering, capturing and live streaming videos in a corporate conference environment, in addition to its online monitoring and marketing services that starts with audiences’ engagement techniques through daily posting and coverage of events to providing social media coaching for the organization’s employees to resume such tasks themselves.
Founder & CEO
Nasr City, Egypt
February 2011 - Present (6 years 6 months)
What's up Youth Professional Services “WupY-PS” is a company that offers all the essential elements necessary for live covering, capturing and live streaming videos in a corporate conference environment, in addition to its online monitoring and marketing services that starts with audiences’ engagement techniques through daily posting and coverage of events to providing social media coaching for the organization’s employees to resume such tasks themselves.
Founder
What's up Youth TV
October 2010 - Present (6 years 10 months)
What’s up Youth Channel (www.wupy.tv) “A Global Youth Channel” an initiative we launched to targeting youth and civil society between 18 and 35 years old. It is an alternative to mass media, providing equal access to all young people, regardless of ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation or social status.

The channel created by youth for youth. It’s specifically provide disadvantaged, low-income and minority youth access to a quality media forum through which to express creativity, foster dialogue, and encourage social and civic participation. The WupY’s Channel strives to build confidence, establish role models, inform, educate, and entertain. It empowers youth to create change within their communities and the world. Also we use this channel to feature the What’s up Youth Professional Services youth events we covered and work to enrich the channel content through this events and it’s youth participants. For more details please consult the following link: www.wupy.tv
Founder
Balad Elbanat Campaign | حملة بلد البنات
February 2010 - Present (7 years 6 months)
“Balad elBanat Campaign” – Celebrating the International and Egyptian Women’s Day, this campaign aims to celebrate and spread awareness of the most important UN and regional celebration of women’s day. The campaign addressed several issues of importance such as violence against women, women and politics, women in history ...Etc. For more details please consult the following link: http://womenday.wupy.org/
Founder
Arabic 1812 Radio | راديو 1812 بالعربي
November 2009 - Present (7 years 9 months)
Arabic 1812 Radio – Celebrating the International Migrants’ Day. It’s an online campaign with the contribution of other internet radios and websites discussing for the first time issues related to Migrants. The campaign included interviews with many politicians, experts, economists and other related officials. Radio 1812 initiative celebrates the International Day of Migrants every year and has organized events since 2006 to mark the day via radio broadcasts and interviews run online on December 18 displaying posts from around the world to showcase the achievements and problems of migrants in each place. This has inspired us to launch "Arabic 1812 Radio," a live broadcast through radio in the Arab region to talk about immigrants and their problems. In 2010 Radio 1812 and Arabic 1812 Radio met together in Italy & Tunisia during the Euro-Arab Youth Conference (about Migration between the two countries) and we worked together to prepare the celebration of 2010 Migrants’ Day by producing a documentary during this conference reflecting the opinions of organizers and participants about the migrants and migration problems and how we can solve these issues. Nowadays we are working to extend this Arabic 1812 Radio in many Arab countries and we will celebrate this year’s Migrants’ Day through Live Audio-Visual broadcasting from many countries talking about the migration and migrant’s related issues as well celebrating the migrants’ day. For more details please consult the following link: http://arabic1812.wupy.org/
Co Founder
Lahzat fi Hayati | لحظات في حياتي
October 2009 - Present (7 years 10 months)
Free Writings Competition called Lahzat fi Hayati (Moments in my Life), we launched in the Arab world in cooperation with some youth talented writers and we got so many contributions and we published them all on the website and the best of them were published in a printed book distributed all around the Arab countries. For more details please consult the following link: http://lahzat.wupy.org/
Founder
Culture of Peace Campaign | حملة ثقافة السلام
August 2009 - Present (8 years)
Culture of Peace fosters the means of Dialogue, mutual understanding and negotiation among people; it reaches through youth particularly to tackle their attitudes and behavior and prevent violence and ignorance that has been the cause of many conflicts years before, and so creating new environment and culture, which transforms deficient capabilities and emerges innovations along pathways of life.

This year, in IDP -The International Day of Peace (Peace Day)-, it is necessary to highlight on the values and modes of Peace through series of training workshops, raising more awareness and to the importance of Culture of Peace and help spreading it in various sustainable societies, seeking different aspects of peace to share dreams with creativity and passion.
Co Founder
Blog for Dialogue | مدونة من أجل الحوار
October 2008 - Present (8 years 10 months)
Our very first campaign through WupY was Blog for Dialogue (Euro-Arab Dialogue) with the League of Arab States Youth Forum II 2008 under the theme “Youth and Cultural Dialogue: towards a Transnational cultural Approach”, Blog 4 Dialogue is a Blog which offers space for debate, dialogue, and brainstorming about Euro-Arab Youth Intercultural Dialogue and coming out with projects, recommendations, and actions which can be communicated later to decision makers from the League of Arab States and Europe. For more details please consult the following link: http://www.blog4dialogue.org/
Founder & CEO
What's up Youth "WupY"
September 2008 - Present (8 years 11 months)
What’s up Youth “WupY” is a Social Enterprise where youth social innovations conceive, grow and contribute to genuine social change. WupY strives to achieve its mission by investing in three main streamlines:

1- Improving equal access to knowledge and opportunities: WupY utilizes its wide network to produce user-friendly and easy to access online content.

2- Fostering networking and collaboration: WupY works to create connections and linkages across various global, regional and local organizations and individuals concerned with change making.

3- Incubation of young social innovations: WupY provides support in the form of online promotion and ICT training for promising projects and initiatives which are concerned with youth worldwide.
Founder
What's up Youth Portal!
September 2008 - Present (8 years 11 months)
What’s Up Youth Portal! (www.wupy.net), a World Summit Youth Award 2010 Winner as one of the best e-content working on achieving the MDGs, is one of the thousands non-profit portal offering youth around the world with a variety of free and practical services and relevant information in one click on opportunities for trainings, scholarships, and capacity building. Our youth-led portal, which was created in 20 September 2008 by a group of youth from the Middle East and North Africa, has today approximately 50,000 followers all over the world.
Founder & CEO
What's up Youth "WupY"
September 2008 - Present (8 years 11 months)
What’s up Youth “WupY” is a Social Enterprise where youth social innovations conceive, grow and contribute to genuine social change. WupY strives to achieve its mission by investing in three main streamlines:

1- Improving equal access to knowledge and opportunities: WupY utilizes its wide network to produce user-friendly and easy to access online content.

2- Fostering networking and collaboration: WupY works to create connections and linkages across various global, regional and local organizations and individuals concerned with change making.

3- Incubation of young social innovations: WupY provides support in the form of online promotion and ICT training for promising projects and initiatives which are concerned with youth worldwide.
Physiotherapist
Ministry of Health - Egypt
July 2008 - Present (9 years 1 month)
Physical therapy or physiotherapy (sometimes abbreviated to PT) is a health care profession primarily concerned with the remediation of impairments and disabilities and the promotion of mobility, functional ability, quality of life and movement potential through examination, evaluation, diagnosis and physical intervention. It is carried out by physical therapists (known as physiotherapists in most countries) and physical therapist assistants (known as physical rehabilitation therapists or physiotherapy assistants in some countries). In addition to clinical practice, other activities encompassed in the physical therapy profession include research, education, consultation, and administration.
Ambassador
World Summit Youth Award
March 2010 - March 2013 (3 years)
The World Summit Youth Award (WSYA) is a unique global contest which brings together young developers and digital entrepreneurs - under 30 years of age - who use internet and mobile technology to put the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) into action and make a difference.
Physiotherapist
Toukh Central Hospital | مستشفى طوخ المركزي
January 2012 - October 2012 (9 months)
Physiotherapist
Physiotherapist
Matrouh General Hospital | مستشفى مطروح العام
October 2010 - January 2012 (1 year 3 months)
Physiotherapist
Program Advisory
Youth for Change Program | برنامج شباب من أجل التغيير
September 2008 - July 2011 (2 years 10 months)
Youth for Change is a youth-led program that aims at Inspiring, Informing and Involving Arab youth as Agents of Change in their communities.
Social Media & Youth Associate
League of Arab States
November 2007 - January 2011 (3 years 2 months)
The League of Arab States, is a regional organisation formed on 22 March 1945. LAS currently has 22 members. The main goal of the league is to "draw closer the relations between member States and co-ordinate collaboration between them, to safeguard their independence and sovereignty, and to consider in a general way the affairs and interests of the Arab countries."
Physiotherapist
Al Zayed Center for Physiotherapy | مركز الزايد للعلاج الطبيعي
November 2008 - July 2010 (1 year 8 months)
العلاج الطبيعي بالمركز و ينقسم الي عدة اقسام منها علاج طبيعي لأمراض وجراحة العظام ومنها إصابات العظام وإصابات الملاعب، أمراض وجراحة الأعصاب ومنها الشلل النصفي والشلل الرعاش ايضاً الشلل الرباعي، أمراض المنسين وقسم للتأهيل بكافة أنواعه الرياضي وماقبل وما بعد الجراحة
Physiotherapist
Banha Teaching Hospital | مستشفى بنها التعليمي
August 2006 - January 2010 (3 years 5 months)
I was Intern for one year in the hospital and before was going in the end of year holiday during the university to learn some practical and technical things in the Physical Therapy Department.
Physiotherapist
Egyptian Red Crescent | الهلال الأحمر المصري
August 2007 - May 2008 (9 months)
I was Intern for one year in the Physical Therapy Center inside the Egyptian Red Crescent, Benha Branch and was going in the end of year holiday during the university to learn some practical and technical things.
Committee Member
National Council for Youth | المجلس القومي للشباب
August 2006 - May 2007 (9 months)
We a part of the Committee of the Youth Program "Ma7ka Al-Shabab | محكى الشباب" organized within the framework of the National Council of Youth in Egypt starting from 2006 and i left them in May 2007.
Physiotherapist
Awal Mayo Specialist Hospital | مستشفى أول مايو التخصصي
August 2005 - May 2006 (9 months)
I was Intern for one year in the hospital and was going in the end of year holiday during the university to learn some practical and technical things in the Physical Therapy Department.

Education

Bachelor's Degree, Faculty of Physical Therapy

October 6 University
2004 - 2009 (5 years)

Faculty of Physical Therapy

October 6 University
September 2004 - September 2008 (4 years)
Bachelor's Degree, Faculty of Physical Therapy

High School, General , Excellent

Benha Secondary School - Boys
2001 - 2004 (3 years)

Similar Talent

RANA EDWARDS
FOUNDER-CEO
LIVING WAY GLOBAL NETWORK
François Kermoal
Founder & CEO
Steve & Cie
Stephen Beck
Founder & CEO
Engine Digital
Katia Pallu
CEO & Founder
Les Fraises Sauvages
Xavier Lesueur
Founder & CEO
Vanksen
Michael ILLOUZ
Founder - CEO
THE COLLECTIVE STORY (Conceptory-Histoire2-1788!)
Alexandre Ada
Founder & CEO
Nki
Agustín Vivancos
Founder & CEO
dommo.x

Create a free Talent profile and become a member of AdForum

Get Started