Nour is from Omaha, NE and is studying neuroscience and chemistry. Her leadership experience includes serving as a team captain for the Annual Tri-faith Meal-Packing event in Tucson, Arizona. This two-day long event brought together hundreds of people of three different faiths to pack 50,000 meals for the homeless. Nour provided leadership to this miraculous event by ensuring her assigned group of 20 meal-packers knew exactly what to do. She also made sure that everything remained on track and solved any problems as quickly as possible, so that the community’s ambitious goal of 50,000 meals was met on time. Nour continued to build on her leadership experience by coordinating a similar event at the American Muslim Institute of Omaha, NE. She organized a fundraiser to fund her meal-packing event and purchased the food products necessary. Her event fed 123 homeless individuals in Omaha. She was also a participating member of the Tri Faith Youth Committee. This committee consisted of two young leaders from each place of worship found on the Tri-faith campus in Omaha, NE. The committee specialized in organizing communal and bonding events for the community. Nour voiced the concerns and preferences of the American Muslim Institute during meetings and assisted in the coordination of events. She was also a peer tutor in high school, helping other students with homework comprehension and providing study tips. In addition, she was also a participating member of the National Honor Society in high school, where she demonstrated the fundamental pillars of scholarship, leadership, character and service to earn her place. In this role, she served on the leadership committee which planned volunteer events for the organization and high school. Her career interests include becoming a physician. Within the field of medicine, she is interested in becoming a neurologist, psychiatrist, family physician, or pediatrician. She hopes to continue her passion of making a difference in her community through healthcare.