Marwan Kheireddine is a 22-year-old entrepreneur with a lot of experience. He is the founder and CEO of SourceDeck and has established himself as an expert in the marketing world. Marwan has gone through many changes to get where he is today, including growing up in a refugee camp and then eventually starting his professional career with just $2 and a $17 laptop.
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Marwan Kheireddine has had an exciting start to life. He was born in Lebanon and grew up in the refugee camp of Bourj el-Barajneh. When he was ten years old, he moved to America with his family and has continued to build his knowledge since then. Marwan has been a part of many organizations and projects throughout his education at Lebanese American University and MIT Sloan School of Management, where he was involved with many entrepreneurship clubs and events. He is a leader in his student organization and was an Entrepreneur in Residence at MIT. He has been active in many student organizations and the MIT Entrepreneurship Club. Marwan has also been a leader in the Lebanese community and has held leadership positions with IMB (International Middle East Business Association), the Lebanese American University Association, and The Co-Creation Lab, which supports young entrepreneurs in the Middle East.
Marwan started as an entrepreneur by starting his first company when he was 12 years old called, AutoiQ Software. His company was based on mobile applications that allowed people to manage their money and build budgets on their mobile devices. After moving to the United States, Marwan and his family could move to Boston and work on expanding the company.