Briefly, I am a journalist, a certified trainer, and a conference interpreter based in Canada.

I was born probably 1971 in a Mauritanian desert tent on a summer night during one of the hardest droughts of his country.

After two decades of general education in Arabic, I decided to embark on a new academic adventure where he chose English to be the language of higher education.

That challenging decision opened doors of opportunities, ending up with a Master’s degree in American Studies, a Master’s degree in developmental communication….


As an international freelance reporter, I worked for Voice of America & United Nations Humanitarian News Agency IRINNEWS...


I am engaged in professional training workshops for a life-changing experience to get the desired effects.

With professional experience extending over 15 years, I insisted, “As learning is a never-ending process, we should learn from birth to death.”