Together Navigating Tomorrow

The 4th Annual Ontario Student Leadership Spring Conference

Until the Conference!

Fahd Alhattab

fahd-alhattabA former at-risk child turned leader and entrepreneur, Fahd Alhattab’s mission is to enable people to drive change, build their dreams, and embrace leadership.

Though still a youth, Fahd launched a camp for underprivileged kids; raised more than 1.2 million dollars for Ottawa charities; and spoke at National We Day, Count Me In and many other youth collectively now over 22,000 people! His savvy skills and off-beat attitude landed him Canada’s Top 20 Under 20 Award in 2013.

He proved himself an entrepreneur while completing two terms as the President of Carleton University Students’ Association and representing 25,000 students at all government levels. He founded the Hatch Centre, 15 student startups, and raised more than $200,000 in seed capital while also managing a team of 150 staff and an eight-million-dollar budget. Post-graduation, Fahd launched a tech-startup that raised thousands of dollars through a crowdfunding campaign.

Fahd has built a reputable career in leadership development, motivational speaking, and creative fundraising. With a fun demeanor and a background in youth work, Fahd entertains and engages the audience, and leaves them feeling empowered to be the leaders of today – not tomorrow.

Workshop Description for “5 Levels of Student Leadership”

In this inspiring and practical keynote, Fahd engages your audience with humour, stories and gives them insight into maximizing their leadership potential. Fahd takes your audience through a personal journey of leadership, and community impact, from a grassroots level to community organizing. Fahd’s first-hand experience of in community impact, social innovation and leadership shape this engaging keynote with applicable tools and lessons for your audience to grow in their leadership journey and increase their community impact.

Fahd introduces the 5 levels of Impact Leadership, practical steps, tools and methodology to achieve their maximum potential while building on a foundation of self-leadership.