Niveen Adel Morsy holds a B.SC. in Architecture from Cairo University, Egypt. She holds a postgraduate diploma in Architectural Design, Geographic Information Systems and Techno MBA. She is currently managing several Islamic heritage projects in CULTNAT- the Center for Documentation of Cultural and Natural Heritage; one of the academic centers of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina. She has participated in several heritage IT documentation and dissemination projects in Egypt and in the Arab world.
Niveen is one of the founders of gen Africa. She has participated in an Ecovillage Design Education courses (EDE) in both Senegal and Sieben Linden Ecovillage in Germany. Through her work in CULTNAT she collaborated with GEN International on its Solutions Library project: a web portal of heritage and innovative ecovillage solutions.