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Global Edtech GoLearn Education Has Landed in MENA

The appointment of Nada Ali Reddha for on-ground expertise has set in motion the company’s big plans for MENA.

Global artificial intelligence-based (AI) and student-centric edtech company, GoLearn Education, has touched down in the Middle East, naming Nada Ali Reddha as a Strategic Board Advisor in the wake of its expansion into the region.


Reddha’s career includes being Founder & Chairperson of SEED Group in UAE, membership of Nama Women Advancement Establishment Executive Committee, Sharjah Business Women Council (SBWC) board member, and member of SBWC Executive Committee. The newly-appointed board advisor also frequents the Thinktank on Global Education at Harvard and is an active participant of educational conference GESS Dubai.


Reddha remarked that she was “proud and excited to be partnering with GoLearn as our region continues to focus on remote learning and pioneering EdTech solutions,” saying she “look[ed] forward to bringing this unique AI based English literacy solution to schools and educators across the United Arab Emirates and beyond.”


Alex Mirza PgCert FRSA, Chairman & Founder of GoLearn Education, meanwhile, said “I am very enthused that Nada has agreed to work with GoLearn as we expand into the Middle East. Her extensive experience in the Middle East and the education sector in particular, will be a key advantage in enabling GoLearn’s expansion in the region.”


GoLearn’s growth into the Middle East is reflective of the increasing interest from governmental and educational institutions in the digital solutions GoLearn provides, as well as the ever-growing requirements and investments in education technology in the market.