I'm currently working in local government, helping people to set up and run their small businesses. I also deliver precinct improvement projects, events and business workshops to up-skill local traders. I hold a Master of International Business from the University of Melbourne and have studied at institutions in The Netherlands, Oman and South Africa. I have also previously completed internships at the Indonesia Stock Exchange in Jakarta, and the Australia Arab Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Melbourne.
Between 2010 and 2018, I volunteered for Sudanese Australian Integrated Learning (SAIL), originally as an English tutor then eventually as the Overseeing Coordinator, at the helm of the nation-wide charity. This experience taught me a great deal about business administration, as well as migration, education and community development. I am now pursuing a career in public policy-making, and also wish to improve my Arabic skills, which are currently at an intermediate level.
Skills & Expertise
- Small Business
- Arabic Language
- Non-Profit Management
- International Tourism
- Migration Policy
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