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2014 Fellow
Women's Initiative Fellowship Program

Amira works in the field of vocational education and training as an intercultural facilitator, expat advisor, English as a First Language trainer, and translator. She is the founder and manager of Iceberg, a center for intercultural and language training that offers programs to multinational and multicultural companies. She develops and delivers training programs aimed at enhancing the employees’ effectiveness and productivity by helping them acquire the communication, leadership and managerial skills required to succeed internationally.

Amira shows great interest in building bridges of trust through interreligious and intercultural dialogue. She believes that intercultural communication is crucial to effectively advocate change and implement social and political inclusion and equality. She thinks that cultural awareness and understanding is the best weapon to combat religious, political, racial, and cultural discrimination.

Amira graduated from The Higher Institute of Languages in Tunisia with a Bachelor’s Degree in English Language and Literature and a Master’s Degree in International Communication. She also earned a diploma in cross-cultural communication from Karlshochschule International University, Germany.

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