The woman who had been appointed by King Mohammed VI as head of the press and communication pole within the COP 22 steering committee is now embarking on “a new academic stage with a specialized course in information and communication sciences. At the prestigious Celsa Sorbonne Institute, which will allow her to return and take up new challenges at the service of Morocco and Moroccans”, notes the press release.

After thirty years of collaboration, the one who joined the team as a journalist had presented several programs. Notably, “Pour tout vous dire” and “Invité spécial” and interviewed many personalities such as Nelson Mandela, Hillary Clinton, Shimon Perez, Macky Sall, or Ban Ki-Moon.

“A committed woman, she has represented the chain with dignity and carried her values. Among them, integrity, professional rigor, better visibility of women and minorities, and the pride of a plural Moroccan identity”, concludes the press release.

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