Nisreen, 21, was born in Saudi Arabia, but her family was originally from Ramle in Palestine. She is a senior at the Islamic University of Gaza, majoring in the English language education. She says: "Regarding my homeland, I have two: the never-never land and my Holy Palestine. The never-never land is where I spiritually belong; it's my dreamland to which I resort whenever this world's wickedness gets to be too much, and whenever I feel like writing. Writing is my language; it's the air I breathe and the shelter that keeps me safe. I developed this skill when I was a high school student; I had a small notebook where I used to keep my writing and poems, and I still have this notebook."
Nisreen says she sees herself as a very ambitious girl. "I want to be someone worth remembering in my occupied homeland, a fighter for my rights." She and a group of friends have created a team called "The Boundless," which creates short videos about the Palestinian people and posts them on YouTube. She also produced a short documentary called "On The Borders."