Muzan Alneel is a former Nonresident Fellow at the Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy (TIMEP); at TIMEP, her mandate focused on a people-centric approach to economy, industry, and environment in Sudan. She is a writer and public speaker with an interdisciplinary professional and academic background (engineering, socioeconomics, public policy). Muzan is the co-founder of The Innovation, Science and Technology Think-tank for People Centered Development (ISTiNAD) – Sudan. She’s also a volunteering consultant on Industrial Policy in the Industrial Research and Consultancy Center (IRCC) – Sudan. She has previously worked as project manager for engineering projects in the private sector and currently consults on project management for SMEs. She holds a Masters of Engineering in Technical Management and a Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering. You can follow her on Twitter at @MuzanAlneel.