Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.
I’m an architecture student at Académie Libanaise des Beaux-Arts (ALBA), and always ready to learn and develop new skills. In fact, what I love about being part of LAL’s team is that I can be whoever I choose to be. From a website developer or movie director to a graphic designer or animator, my best reward is the big smile I always get from the team I work with.
I think that only through education will we be able to create better future generations. What better way to do it than using the competencies of the 21st century? With its interactive content and modern interface, Girls Can Count project has made learning more accessible, interesting and effective. E-learning is the future of education, and I am glad to contribute in such a great project. I hope to develop more skills in favor of this NGO.
The great aim of education is not knowledge but action.
A techie, a geek and a programmer.
Patrick has joined LAL in early 2017 and has been developing the sciences content for the online platform ever since. He is working on the Girls Can Count project and has participated in multiple workshops for refugees.
He holds a bachelor in telecommunications and aims to spread education to every child, as it is their basic right. Patrick hopes to influence future generations to enforce knowledge and use it for the betterment of the world.
Everyone who remembers his own education remembers teachers, not methods and techniques. The teacher is the heart of the educational system.
Marie José holds a Masters Degree in French Literature and is a French teacher in Grand Lycée Franco-Libanais de Beyrouth.
She authored the major part of the French courses of the Middle School in the Tabshoura School platform and is engaged as a Pedagogical Advisor working with the authors of the STEAM projects.
You can count on me!
Zahra has joined the LAL team as an Accountant in 2015.
She is in charge of different tasks such as financial assessments, capacity building, financial reporting, financial strategies, financial policies, etc.
She is in charge of financial and accounting follow up, as well as administration supervision.
She has an extensive experience in accounting and finance and has collaborated with several organisations in Lebanon since 1990.
Zahra holds an official TS degree in Informatique de Gestion from Berkeley School.
Never cease to grow!
Muriel joined LAL in 2O13, witnessing and participating in the different steps of its creation.
From a scientific academic background and a very diverse professional experience, Muriel has developed skills in administrative and communication fields that allow her to handle multiple tasks in various domains.
She translates scientific modules on the Tabshoura School platform, translates and reads stories on the Tabshoura Kindergarten platform and in parallel, she manages the administration of the NGO and works on the communication strategy.
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Walid Joined LAL since it was founded in 2013 as the Tech Advisor. He has an extensive consultancy experience with CSOs, NGOs as well as UN agencies. He also volunteers as an Tech & Innovation consultant for local NGOs.
Walid holds a B.Sc. in Computer Science from the University of Balamand.
Online learning is not the next big thing, it is the now big thing.
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Nagi is an e-Learning specialist and works as an consultant to private companies (NGO’s, scientific associations, banks, insurance companies…) in the organization of their internal training programs. After working for more than 15 years in the academic field as course creator, e-learning teacher and administrator of the e-learning platform at Saint Joseph University in Beirut – Lebanon, he is now dedicated to the development and the administration of the Tabshoura e-learning platform.
Let’s think creative!
Jo holds a B.A. in Audio-Visual Arts, an M.A. in Cinema and TV, and a DESS in Audio-Visual Marketing and Distribution.
He has over 15 years experience as a producer.
His work with CNN, covering major conflicts in the Middle East, has opened his eyes and driven him to give back to the community.
I believe that small initiatives can make a big difference.
Nayla is a professor of Education and French Literature at the Saint Joseph University of Beirut. She holds a PhD in French Literature. She supported the education of children with cancer in Lebanon by leading, for the NGO Myschoolpulse, a project of an e-learning platform that helps sick children keep up with school. The positive feedback encouraged her to take the project further and found the Lebanese Alternative Learning initiative.