President – Prof. Manahel Thabet
The co-founder of the World IQ Foundation, Manahel Thabet, has been a steadfast supporter of high IQ initiatives for many years, with a plethora of skills, plus deep knowledge in many areas, including mathematics, science, and economics.
She is the Vice President of the World Intelligence Network, the largest collective of high IQ societies in existence, and is Deputy Director of the influential Institute for Brain Chemistry and Human Nutrition, which is based in Imperial College, London. Imperial College is one of the foremost institutions within higher education, with research results recognised as being of world class status.
As such, Professor Thabet’s influence spans the continents, east to west, and primarily for this reason, Manahel Thabet received the Avicenna award in 2014 from the Brain Trust Charity, London.
Her other achievements include being made a Royal Grand Cross Officer of the Companionate of the White Swan and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine, London. Manahel Thabet is also proud to have been given the Freedom of the City of London, in recognition of her outstanding contribution to society. This has manifested itself most recently via her being appointed the President of the World Economic Forum for Sustainable Development.