Marlyn Tadros currently teaches computer technologies, programming and UX at Southern New Hampshire University. Prior to that, she taught computer and internet technologies as well as programming languages, UX, and information architecture at the New England Institute of Arts in Brookline for 19 years.
Tadros was a Visiting Scholar in the Women's Department at Northeastern University and occasionally taught human rights and Middle East Studies in the Political Science Department. She was also a Visiting Fellow at the Human Rights Program at Harvard University's Law School.
She has been appointed several times to the International Fellowships Panel of the American Association of University Women. She founded Virtual Activism, a non-profit organization, which is a pioneering project that deals with the intersection between technology, human rights and development. She has organized training workshops on technology and human rights in several countries around the world, with special focus on the Middle East. She is also author of numerous papers and books on the Middle East with several publications in both English and Arabic.