Noor Naji is the President and CEO at Educate Challenge Inspire Change (ECIC).
"I am proud to see young leaders like you represent Georgia, never forget that the future of our great nation lies in the hands of driven and capable young people like you".
- David Perdue
Noor, as a daughter of a refugee, fled to the United States escaping from the politically unstable environment in Iraq. Since her arrival in the United States in 2007, she became an intern with Refugee Family Services and International Rescue Committee, and completed the Youth Futures Internship program in 2009, as well as volunteered with special needs children in 2013. Noor considers herself to be truly fortunate to escape the war environment and to be living in the United States safe and secure. Over time, she became a strong advocate for refugees and victims of war. Noor was selected to receive the Gilman Scholarship to study abroad in Switzerland by the Department Of State in 2016. Noor graduated from Kennesaw State University in 2017 with a degree in International Affairs, and a concentration in Global Learning Experience.
Her accomplishments have earned her a reputation in working as an effective
and passionate advocate for at risk youth and displaced people.
Noor envisions ECIC to be a leading agency in providing technologically advanced educational interventions to empower the needy.
Noor is a member of the following professional societies:
- World Affairs Council of Atlanta, National
- Young Professionals in Foreign Policy
- International Exchange Alumni