Marlyn Tadros

Tadros was a Visiting Scholar at the Women’s Department at Northeastern University and taught human rights in the Political Science Department. Prior to going to the US, she was Deputy director of the Legal Research and Resource Center for Human Rights in Cairo, Egypt, and was Executive Director of the National Steering Committee of the United Nations International Conference on Population and Development which took place in Cairo in 1994. Tadros served on the Board of Directors of Grassroots International, Boston, and has been appointed twice to the International Fellowships Panel of the American Association of University Women. She currently teaches web design, computer languages and technologies at the New England Institute of Art in Brookline and continues to be a Research Fellow at the Middle East Center for Cultural Understanding at Northeastern University. She is also the Executive Director of Virtual Activism, a nonprofit organization bringing technology to the Middle East.