Fouad Zakraoui is an EFL teacher. He has been teaching English as a foreign language for 7 years now. He has many years of experience in the non-profit sector and earned a Bachelor's degree in English Studies. He is also pursuing another bachelor's degree in Social Dynamics.
He has been part of several professional pieces of training and research studies with the British Council, NILE, Clorescoial, and Peace Corps.
At the age of 22, Fouad founded Fikra Association for Social Development which was located in a small village named Ait Ishaq, Morocco. His main concern was to provide a free and secure platform for youth to voice their ideas and concerns.
During his work on youth development and poverty elimination, Zakraoui has served as a Peace Corps counterpart, managing and coordinating relationships and projects with newly coming Peace Corps volunteers. He supervised many workshops and coached life skills and leadership for more than a hundred participants.
He also worked as a cultural ambassador and project-coordinator for the American organization named Identifying Discourses. Through these experiences, Zakraoui obtained an international mindset and high cultural agility. He also managed to shape his networking and management skills to influence policy making in his local area. He is interested in political, educational, ecological and social issues.