Amir Fakhfakh

Choumoukh Fradi

Wejdene Ben Alaya

Ghaith Triki

Khaled Arfaoui

Khaled is originally from Aïn Draham. He obtained a master’s degree in digital economy and entrepreneurship in 2019. After that, he joined the Lazord Fellowship, during which he was also a student at the acting school of the National Theater of Tunisia and at El Teatro, a private Tunisian theater. Currently, he works as a communications officer at El Teatro Tunis, is a production manager with the Tajroubeh Theater Collective, and a master’s student in cultural management at Dauphine Tunis. Khaled believes that culture and creative entrepreneurship can be factors of economic and social growth.

Mariem Brinis

It was an honour for Mariem to be part of the Lazord family. She had the opportunity to connect and work with professional people, making it a really worthwhile experience. She learned so much from organisations, colleagues and, more importantly, mentors. What she learned has helped her a lot in her current position. She would like to thank everyone who was involved in this fellowship program.

“Believing in yourself is the first step to success. Whether it means your life, your career, or simply your confidence, and in that lays your power. Once you determine of doing something, nothing can stop you.” -Sriram Athri

Olfa Trabelsi

Yahia Bahrouni

Oussama Jaziri

Syrine Ouled Marzouk