First I would like to thank the MEF team who made sure that the Legacy International Professional Fellows Program 2020 run smoothly and highlights the year of each participant.  



First I would like to thank the MEF team who made sure that the Legacy International Professional Fellows Program 2020 run smoothly and highlights the year of each participant.  

I had a lovely experience myself where I got to evolve on a professional and a personal level.

First, working with my host was an absolute blast! He has a significant experience, a good spirit of sharing and he has empathy towards others. Soon we will be collaborating and building a partnership for future projects.

Second, during the program, I got to meet participants from all over the world, share our experiences and learn from every one of them. There was a synergy between the participants and these connections and networks can endure for a lifetime.

Third, I am glad that I got to meet and talk to participants from The George Washington University especially getting to know Terry Bitar at the Female Entrepreneurship in the Arab World conference.

Finally, I got to develop my written and verbal skills in English. I challenged myself on so many levels trying to work on each assignment and my work paid off.

In the near future, there will be numerous collaborations with the participants and together we will make projects that would benefit our communities and the world. 

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