Reem Khouri is passionate about impact. She is the co-founder and CEO of Whyise, an impact analytics software solution that enables organizations to aggregate their data in real time, analyze it, align with international standards and benchmarks for evidence-based decision making. They leverage technology to enable higher transparency on disbursement of funds, compliance with governance standards, streamlining of reporting and data analytics for insights and higher financial, economic, social and environmental return on investment. Whyise was selected in 2019 by the World Economic Form as one of 100 startups contributing to the 4th industrial revolution. She is also the founding partner of Kaamen, an impact design company that has worked in the Middle East, Asia and Africa with governments, companies and NGOs to design models for exponential economic and social returns. She served on numerous boards and is an associate at 3BL Associates, a people + planet strategy consultancy and is a faculty member at Amani Institute in Nairobi, Kenya and is a board member of Ruwwad for Development, a non-profit community development organization that works with disenfranchised communities through education, youth volunteerism and grassroots organizing. She is also a member of the board of trustees of the Welfare Association - Taawon, a non-profit civil society organization that supports vulnerable Palestinians to live in dignity through sustainable development initiatives. She previously worked with Aramex, one of the leading global logistics and transportation solutions providers and served on its sustainability council and working with the company's founder and CEO Fadi Ghandour on sustainability, strategic initiatives, research and support for entrepreneurs. She was recognized as one of the World’s 100 Most Influential Arabs Under 40 by Arabian Business Magazine in 2015 and 2016 and was selected in 2018 as a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum.