Rawya Charif became a trustee of FQMS since May 2014. A Lebanese Saudi who identifies herself as an “Arab” with Palestine is at the heart of it. She believes that education is a key area and a right for any country to move forward and develop. She is a consultant nephrologist and is working in London. She graduated from the University of Cambridge after obtaining a science degree from Durham University. Her area of interest is kidney transplantation and stem cells in diabetes and nephrology. She is a member of the Renal Association and the British Transplant Society.