Siwar was born on the 17 of February 1994 in Sfax, in the south of Tunisia. She obtained her Bachelor Degree in Finance, in June 2016 from Tunis Business School. After the Tunisian revolution, Siwar joined several civil society organizations in order to be part of the political and social changes in Tunisia. She is currently working in the Arab Institute for Human Rights as fellow of the Arab Regional Exchange Program sponsored by the International Institute of Education (IIE). She also launched her own business “OpenSouk” in trading traditional clothes internationally. In August 2016, she served in Jordan as a business development advisor with a local organization called the “Business Development Center” where she helped the Syrian community in Jordan with fundraising campaigns. Early in 2015, she was selected in the MEPI Student Leaders Program in which she spent 6 weeks in Montana State University to design a project idea that will be implemented in Tunisia. Siwar was awarded 12 different scholarships where she studied in prestigious universities such as Harvard Kennedy School, Columbia University in the US and Koc University in Turkey. She has developed a network of contacts from different organizations and she visited different countries like: the US, Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt...etc. Siwar is getting ready to start a new adventure in Germany where she will be studying Diplomacy and International Relations. Siwar is passionate about Music. She used to play violin and she painted more than 30 paintings.