Nadim Matta is an activist for accountability and change in Lebanon. He shaped and led several initiatives over the past three years in the justice and education sectors in the country. He also advises organizations and foundations on embedding 100-Day Challenges into their system change work.
Nadim founded the Rapid Results Institute (now RE!NSTITUTE) and led it for 15 years. During that period, he introduced 100-Day Challenge work in more than 20 countries. And he shaped programs that continue to support this work, including People Powered Results in Nesta in the UK, and the Government Accelerators in the Prime Minister’s Office in the UAE.
Nadim’s work has been featured in the New York Times, the Harvard Business Review, and the Stanford Social Innovation Review. He was named by Foreign Policy Magazine as one of the 100 Top Global Thinkers. And he was selected as a Donaldson Fellow by the Yale School of Management.
Nadim holds graduate degrees from Yale University and from the American University of Beirut, and he has an undergraduate degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology