Staff

Moroccan Staff

Ayoub 4Ayoub Ouameurosaid, Assistant Program Manager
Mr. Ouameurosaid began working with ACF in 2009. He oversees all of ACF’s community programs and local partnerships. Originally from Ouarzazate, he graduated in 2008 from the University of Agadir with a degree in English. “Education is the foundation of every successful society.”

El Moudden3Hassan El-Moudden, Translator/Community Liaison/English Teacher
Mr. El-Moudden grew up in Zawiya Ahansal in the village of Aguddim. He is one of 11 people from the region who hold a university degree. In 2014 he graduated from the University of Beni Mellal with a degree in English. He began working with ACF full time after graduation. “Education is a bridge to the empire of knowledge.”

DSC05833Ismail Barda, Translator/Community Liaison/English Teacher
Mr. Barda grew up in Zawiya Ahansal in the village of Amezray. He is one of 11 people from the region who hold a university degree. In 2014 he graduated from the University of Beni Mellal with a degree in English. He began working with ACF full time after graduation. “Education guarantees you a shining future.”

IMG_5691Aicha Farid, Tutoring Program Teacher
Aicha grew up in the village of Aguddim. This spring she graduated from university in Marrakech with a degree in law. In July 2017 she returned to her homeland and was one of our teachers during our English in the Atlas summer camp. And, in September 2017, she joined our team of talented and full time teachers. Aicha tutors 1st to 6th graders six days a week in the village of Aguddim. She has a deep passion for her home village, children and music and theatre.

23107432_1722128004499026_849464122_oAbdellah Ouarish, Tutoring Program Teacher
Abdellah also joined our team of teachers in September. He grew up in the village of Amezray and recently graduated from university in Beni Mellal with a degree in French. Abdellah tutors 1st to 6th graders six days per week in the village of Amezray and assists with technology and English language workshops.


ChafyaChafya Idhammou, Pre-School Tutor and Girls and Women’s Empowerment Program
Chafya Idhammou, originally from Ouarzazate, graduated in 2009 from the University of Agadir with a degree in English. She began working for ACF in 2010. Chafya has worked as a translator, tutoring program teacher, and the local director of ACF’s public health initiative and women’s health awareness days. Most recently Chafya launched ACF’s Girls and Women’s Empowerment Program. “Education is the key to success in life, and teachers make that success last”.