Maroua Mimouni is an industrial biology engineer who graduated from the National Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology (INSAT), in Tunis, in 2015.
During her university life, she participated in different volunteering activities within student clubs. She assisted in the organization of the first edition of the National Volunteering Day in Tunisia, in 2013. She contributed in other events and campaigns such as “Smile for me,” for children with cancer.
Her life as student at INSAT, was a very important and gorgeous experience which gave her the opportunity to meet inspiring people and to develop her personal skills, like teamwork, solidarity, autonomy and sense of responsibility. In 2017, she was accepted as a Lazord Fellow and placed at the International Institute and Debate starting her first journey to discover civil society outdoors of INSAT. She assists in grants management of the organization. It is another experience of self-exploration allowing her to test her capabilities and learn many skills such as communication especially in the professional environment.
For the coming years, she has many ideas in her head. She is planning to get her master’s degree in management and to launch her own social project.