Interview: Jihad Hajjouji (Morocco)

ALA Class of 2008 | Middlebury College

Founder of the Rabat Entrepreneurial Challenge – a 6 day entrepreneurship training program for Moroccan students and current consultant at Dalberg, Johannesburg

Jihad Hajjouji, speaks about the challenges of public education in Morocco, and her passion for inspiring young entrepreneurs in her home country.

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