Inji El Bakry


Inji El Bakry is an intern with the Global Public Policy Institute in Berlin, where she supports the institute’s work on peace and security. Inji is interested in globalization’s direct and indirect effect on people’s everyday lives.

Inji is from Cairo, Egypt and received a bachelor’s degree in economics Rutgers University (USA), where she also minored in political science and planning and public policy. 

Upon completing her degree, she moved to Beirut, Lebanon where she interned with UN-Habitat. During her internship, she analyzed ways in which different neighborhoods in Lebanon were affected by the recent arrival of refugees from Syria.

Subseqently, Inji worked for a quasi-government organization in Cairo that advised the Egyptian Ministry of Planning and Administrative Reform before working with a fintech start-up, valU, a subsidiary of EFG Hermes.

Languages: English, Arabic