Founder of the Tunisian Center for Social Entrepreneurship.
Co-founder of the People’s Movement for Human Rights Learning.
Asma Mansour is a Tunisian entrepreneur and women's activist who in 2011 co-founded the Tunisian Center for Social Entrepreneurship, dedicated to making social entrepreneurship a basis for the Tunisian economy; a result, she was selected as one of the BBC's 100 Women in 2014. In June 2016, she was placed third among 42 African innovators selected by the online business magazine Ventures Africa.
Mansour also co-founded the human rights organization, People’s Movement for Human Rights Learning, which strove to integrate human rights into the daily lives of Tunisian citizens.
Last modified: 01/09/2019