Nasser Weddady is a member of TIMEP’s Board of Advisors. He is a Mauritanian-American Strategy Consultant with an extensive background in the Arab World, Muslim Affairs, and Africa. His expertise encompasses strategic planning, public diplomacy, advocacy, and networking. Weddady has received numerous accolades, including being recognized as one of the top 5 influencers during the 2011 Arab uprisings by the Atlantic Magazine, voted “Best Person To Follow - Arabic” in Deutsche Welle's Best of Blogs Awards in 2013, and selected as among “100 Most Powerful Arabs Under 40” by the Arabian Business Magazine in 2015. Weddady founded and managed various initiatives and contributed to high-profile human rights advocacy campaigns to free democracy activists and political prisoners in several countries. Throughout his career, Weddady has maintained an active presence in the media, with numerous appearances on CNN, NPR, Al-Jazeera, RFI, BBC, Fox News, Alarabiya, France24, and Al Hurra. He has also published in various outlets including The Washington Post, The New York Times, International Herald Tribune, Wall Street Journal, Baltimore Sun, and The Daily Beast. Additionally, Weddady has been profiled in publications like The Atlantic Magazine and the Boston Globe.