Dr Nataly Naser Al Deen is the founder of Pink Steps, an exercise, health and mental-wellness NGO that supports breast cancer survivors in Lebanon and for which she has been recognised on Forbes 30 Under 30 – Middle East. Nataly founded Pink Steps in 2015 through a Fulbright Alumni Community Action Grant. She has been active on the policy and outreach fronts. She was selected as the only Global Academic Fellow to the Precision Medicine Council at the World Economic Forum for a year-long fellowship in 2019, which resulted in the publication of a high-level Vision Statement. She represented Lebanon/AUB at the 68th Lindau Nobel laureate Meeting in Physiology/Medicine, after which, she closely planned the visit of Nobel Laureate Prof. Harold Varmus to AUB. During her career, she has received four fully funded scholarships for leadership and academic placements, including the KL-YES scholarship to Hawaii, MEPI-Tomorrow’s Leaders scholarship to the American University in Cairo, the Fulbright Foreign Student Scholarship to Georgetown University, and a PhD Graduate Assistantship to AUB. Nataly deeply believes in social entrepreneurship and the importance of making a positive social impact.