Moushira Elamrawy is a multidisciplinary designer with experience ranging between ecological building techniques, interaction design and community building. Trained as an architect, she has worked for development projects in the mountains of Sinai and Sahara of Morocco while experimenting with local alternative building techniques. She recently finished her masters in interaction design where she developed systems for art and non-profit purposes.
Moushira is an opensource advocate, she serves as consultant to the Wikimedia Foundation. She is founder of Risha, an opensource, DIY, portable laser cutter that's easy to use. In her free time, Moushira investigates alternative ways of connecting things to the internet of things.
WHY SHE'S IN THE LIBERTINE 100Because Risha plugs into a phone, making it accessible to almost anyone who can sketch or draw.