Najmeddine Harrabi ‘13 speaks often about how his upbringing as a shepherd boy in Tunisia has led him to Los Angeles where he is currently pursuing an MFA in Film and Television Production at University of Southern California. He reckons that his lowly background has propelled him to do what he has always wanted to do – to create art.
At ALA, we believe that it takes several years to become a transformative leader, and we continuously engage with and support our students in their transition to university, as they start careers, launch ventures, and pursue their goals beyond the Academy walls.
ALA provides alumni with life-long access to powerful networks, support and opportunities that will accelerate their impact and leadership journeys.
In the past 18 months, our network engagement has been ignited through events, career opportunities and thought leadership forums.
There are a number of ways in which Alumni can support ALA and strengthen its network of young African leaders.