Ibrahim Ibrahim (born November 8, 2000) is an entrepreneur and a social media strategist from Jordan.  While still in high school, he started his own social media firm: iBoostReach, and has helped clients and businesses reach millions of impressions. Ibrahim has been featured in the Huffington Post, NBC, ABC, FOX, The Telegraph and BuzzFeed.      
Early Life and Inspiration
Ibrahim grew up in Amman, Jordan and has three sisters. His eldest, Batoul - received a full-ride and graduated with honors from the University of Chicago; which motivated him to have high aspirations. Not knowing where to start, Ibrahim asked his sister for advice and she responded by saying "do something you are both good at and passionate about."
Career and Success
At the age of 14, Ibrahim taught himself how the social media ecosystem worked through tech forums and self-learning resources. He started off with the business model of forcefully offering services (for nothing in return) and landed clients such as Fetty Wap and Anil Arjandas. Five months within honing his skills, he was fulfilling orders for over 30 clients worldwide. In 2016, he created a bot service called Instagram Mentions that increased social reach on the platform through mass-tagging protocols.
Ibrahim is the founder of iBoostReach, an engagement platform businesses and entrepreneurs can utilize to maximize their social reach. His list of clientele includes, but is not limited to: Tai Lopez, Eric Damier, Arash Labaf, Michel Issa, Daniel Skye, and Jason Stone. From his success, Ibrahim has been featured in HuffPost and BuzzFeed, among other top tier media outlets.      
Ibrahim is an autodidact, and his natural curiosity has led him to attain a variety of skills. His business-savviness allowed him to learn to utilize social media for corporate clients and serve them successfully.
Not to mention that his virtual-expertise allowed him to attain eight certificates centered around the concept of Search Engine Optimization, making him the youngest accredited Premier Google Media Partner.
Ibrahim is pursuing the International Baccalaureate Program at the United World College of Costa Rica, an educational institution where 73 nationalities are represented. An active part of his campus community, Ibrahim serves on his school's advisory council and is the student council's president.
In Jordan, he was a programmer in a FIRST Lego League participating team and a graphic designer for a locally-held Formula One competition. At Model UN, he was selected as a best delegate for three consecutive years in a myriad of conferences. He has also attained the Zain Jordan'Shine Award' for the highest GPA in 9th and 10th grade.
Arts and Activities
When Ibrahim was a child, he was featured in films produced in Jordan that were affiliated with the Royal Film Commission. When he reached his teenage years, Ibrahim started to produce electronic dance music. In addition, throughout his free time, he engages in mixed martial arts and kickboxing .