B.A. Visual Communication Arts and International Communications
Freelance Consultant, Trainer and Facilitator, Freelance in the Development Sector

Amman, Jordan


Describe your success:

Success, to me, is the ability to make a difference in the world. By working on various projects in the development sector, I contribute in making little changes that (hopefully) have big impact on people and the society. For me personally, my success is reflected in the success of those people I work with. When my contribution helps them live in better conditions, safer environments, with access to better education or jobs, I know I’ve succeeded.

How does Franklin play into your success?

You can get a good education anywhere. But at Franklin, you are shaped and molded into a global citizen with a broader vision and a deeper understanding of the world. Franklin taught me how our differences make us unique, and it is through these differences that allow us to make positive changes and improve the world. I learned to celebrate uniqueness, find strength, and turn opportunities into innovation. I learned that kindness and love have no nationality and no boundaries.

Who inspires you and why?

I am inspired by many people. But my main inspiration is knowing that everyone CAN make a change no matter how small, which is what pushes me to do my best to make the largest impact I can.

What profession other than your own would you like to attempt?

I am quite passionate about my work! But I would still love to pursue art even if as a hobby.