Wanting to become a manager for health care initiatives and institutions is very much a product of my multi-cultural experience and the people’s desperate need for health care that I was so very aware of growing up in my native Morocco. As a young Berber woman raised in Casablanca, I was in an excellent position to appreciate the vast need in Africa for improved health administration services, especially at fees that are accessible to the poor majority, women in particular.
As a cosmopolitan person who has also lived in France for 2 years and now the United States, I find hope for my native Africa through international development organizations that have developed missions dedicated to the improvement of health care administration in the Third World, Africa in particular. I think that I am a natural for health care promotion on an international level because of my high level of motivation, dedication to my studies, and my multi-lingual ability. I speak and write French very well and I am also a strong speaker and average writer in Arabic—in addition to English and the tongue of my native heritage, Berber.
is to some day be able to harness my passion for a
more just and humane world to the practical skills that will enable me to make a significant contribution, especially to the medically underserved members of our global human society. I look forward to working on an international level for a government agency or global non- profit organization dedicated to the promotion of he
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