Half-Egyptian and half-Welsh Shereen El Feki is renowned British journalist and author. She is most notable for her book entitled Sex and the Citadel: Intimate Life in a Changing Arab World. She is a specialist on the connection of the political and intimate rights in the Arab, and wider Islamic, world. At present, she is visiting associate at the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex. She is an incoming professor of the Global Practice at Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto.
Being a senior fellow with the Promundo, under the aegis of the UN Women, she is leading IMAGES-MENA; it is the pioneering study of masculinities, men, and the gender equality in four main countries in the Arab region. As per El Feki bio, Feki was born on 1968 in the United Kingdom. She was born to parents, a Welsh mother, and an Egyptian father. She was raised up in Canada. In 1991, she has completed her graduation from the University of Toronto holding a degree in BSc in the immunology.
Feki starred off professional life in the field of medical science, along with a doctorate in immunology from the University of Cambridge. In 1998, she joined the Economist as the health care correspondent. So after the 2001 WTC terror attacks incident, she learned Arabic language and started to do research in the Middle East.
She, on the whole, studied about the issues of women’s sexuality and emancipation. Soon after, she started working in the weekly shows being a host, The Pulse, and People & Power, on Al Jazeera International. For two years, she became the vice-chairwoman of United Nations’ Global Commission on the Law and H.I.V.
In 2013, El Feki wiki showed that she came up with her first book Sex and the Citadel: Intimate life in a changing Arab World. The novel has been translated into the variety of languages such as Dutch, French, Bahasa Indonesia, and German. The novel is incredible and it has been nominated for the category of Guardian First Book Award and The Orwell Prize.
Her TED talk about the topic of sexuality in the Arab region has garnered approximately 1 million views since 2014. She then used up her five years documenting the sexual lives of women in Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Lebanon and the UAE. The net worth and salary of Shereen El Feki are not disclosed. As she is doing a lot of projects she must be earning a good sum of salary and net worth.
Feki personal information can’t be retrieved. Her personal life is far-off from the media, she never remarks on her personal life whenever asked. No source and information are available to say Shereen El Feki is married or have a husband. As she is busy in her work life, there are chances that she might not have focused on getting married and have a husband.
Though the approximate amount of Feki weight and height is not mentioned she has a good physique and a decent height. Her weight justifies her height as seen from the pictures of Feki. Regarding the feet size, the exact number is not shown.
Feki admirers can contact her through her personal site. One can also follow her on her social accounts, twitter, and Instagram. Moreover, to get the detailed info you can visit Shereen El Feki wiki and bio.