Intissare is a French-Morrocan city dweller, born in Casablanca, Morocco, with a deep love for the countryside.


Her lifelong fascination with the natural world fueled her academic journey, culminating in a degree in Agricultural Engineering from Ecole Nationale d’Agriculture de Meknès (ENA-Meknes), where she specialized in Sciences and Techniques of Plant Production (STPV).


Intissare is currently charting an exciting new path in her academic and environmental pursuits. She is undertaking a Ph.D. in olive crop management with the prestigious APNI-African Plant Nutrition Institute at UM6P-Mohammed VI Polytechnic University. Her commitment to environmental causes extends beyond academia. She actively participates in YOUNGO, the official Children and Youth Constituency of the UNFCCC, and contributes her insights to the Children and Youth Major Group within UNEP.


Furthermore, Intissare has honed her leadership skills during her time at North Carolina State University and has been selected for the Youth Climate Training Program in partnership with the University of Oxford. Her dedication to her field is further underscored by her membership in the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists.


Intissare's journey is a testament to her unyielding dedication to merging knowledge, nature, and digital innovation in the pursuit of a better world. With each stride forward, she brings us one step closer to a harmonious coexistence with our environment, leveraging technology and innovative solutions to create a sustainable and interconnected future.