Nardeen is Reach Out and Read of Greater New York’s Regional Program Coordinator. A Coptic-Egyptian immigrant, Nardeen is deeply passionate about utilizing service and advocacy to address a multidisciplinary approach to health in undervalued communities. At Princeton University, she focused on serving patients in the local hospital, tutoring incarcerated youth, and mentoring first generation/ low income students. She graduated in Spring 2021, and is now looking forward to highlighting early literacy as a tool for combating systemic injustice in the Greater New York area.
Favorite book as a child: Goha and his Donkey, Egyptian Folktale, Arabic.