The Tunisian Community Center: Gateway to the Tunisian Culture in America
Gafsa: Associative Participation… The Road To Success.
The second annual “Citizen Day” workshop was held at the Bibliotheque Regionale in Gafsa this past August. The event was very well attended and received extensive coverage by the Tunisian media, including “Al Watanya” and “Al-Hiwar” television channels. The workshop was also held in Mahares and in Ain Draham. (For more information, contact Olfa Hamdi: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ain Draham: 8/23/2013
-WHAT: Youth Leadership Development Workshop.
-WHERE: Bibliotheque Regionale, 2 Avenue de l’Egypte, Gafsa.
-WHEN: August 26th, 2013 starting at 9:00 am.
1.THE TUNISIAN AMERICAN DAY-2013
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……Guest of Honor: Ambassador M. Chaouachi
RESERVE YOUR SEATS [There are no tickets at the door]
- You may, also, mail a Check/Money order payable to TCC:Tunisian Community Center Ibn Khaldun Award-2013 PO Box 837 Clifton Park, NY 12065-0801
What: conference is to launch a nationwide mouvement
to support the democratization process of Tunisia
When: Saturday June 1st, 2013
3 PM tO 5 PM
Open to the public:RSVP to email@example.com
Contact Phone number: 518-331-8607……………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Mahmoud Triki, Ph.D.
President and Founder, South Mediterranean University
Dr. Mahmoud Triki received his BSBA from Washington University, Saint Louis, Missouri, his MBA from the American University, Washington D.C., the International Teachers Program (ITP) at the Harvard Business School (Boston, Mass.), and his PhD from the Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio..
Dr. Triki taught at HEC Paris for three years. He then joined the University of Tunis as a Professor. In 1977, he was appointed Dean of the Higher Institute of Management (ISG) in Tunis.
In 1981, he founded and directed the “Mission Universitaire et Scientifique de Tunisie” (MUST) in Washington D.C. to manage the “Technology Transfer Project” between Tunisia and North America. This project was jointly funded by the US Agency for International Development, the Canadian CIDA and the Tunisian Government. One thousand Tunisian engineers were trained in some of the best North American universities.
In 1993, Dr. Triki founded a consulting firm (PRO-INVEST) specialized in education and vocational training. By the year 2003, Pro-Invest became the leading Tunisian institution in its area of specialization.
At the international level, Dr. Triki conducted several training seminars on Export Promotion for the UNCTAD/GATT in a number of countries in Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. He was a consultant to the World Bank in the area of Higher Education.
In 2002, Dr. Triki founded South Mediterranean University (SMU), the first English speaking university in the French speaking Tunisia. He is currently the President of South Mediterranean University and the Dean of the Mediterranean School of Business (MSB).
For information on MSB, please visit: www.msb-online.org
Dr. Triki is married and father of a son and two daughters.