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- المدارس التقلدية في ولاية طرابلس الشام
الدولة العثمانية ، دولة غير مسبوقة لا في الحروب و لا في السياسية و لا في الجغرافيا ، ولكن إذا ما عدنا لتاريخنا المعاصر ، أو حاضر الأمة لوجدنا أن مدخل التهجم عليها هو وصفها بدولة التخلف و الجهل ، من حيث أنها قادت جموع العرب للأمية عن قصد دون تعليمهم ، وهذا بالطبع قول باطل بالعودة لمصادر التاريخ العثماني من "وثائق نظارة المعارف" وهو الأرشيف المخصص لوزارة التعليم في العهد العثماني ، أو سالنامات ولاية بيروت وهي أشبه بالجريدة الرسمية في أيامنا ، وتختزن أعدادها إحصاءات مهمة عن النظام التعليمي، كما و سالنامة نظارة المعارف و التي ضمت إحصاءات و قرارات على مستوى التعليم في سائر الولايات. وقد كانت طرابلس بوصفها ولاية عثمانية ، ومن ثم سنجق يتبع لولاية دمشق و من ثم ولاية بيروت ، على الخارطة التعليمية بالطبع ، ولذلك و بالرجوع للمصادر الأساسية سنعمل في مقالنا هذا و عدة مقالات لاحقة على تفنيد المدارس التي إما استخدمها العثمانيون و طوروا عملها ، أو قاموا هم بإنشائها. وقد تعددت المدارس في العهد العثماني ، فهناك المدارس التقليدية التي لم تعمل برعاية مباشرة من الدولة العلية ، وهي إسلامية و مسيحية و يهودية . وهناك المدارس الحكومية والتي أنشأت على نفقة الحكومة العثمانية وبالطبع المدارس الأجنبية و الإرساليات، ونظراﹰ لكثافة العدد سنعمل في هذه المقالة الأولى على تفنيد المدارس التقليدية مع ذكر المصادر بالطبع ، وعلى ذكر إحصاءات و معلومات تعود للعام 1902 و على الشكل التالي: 1. مدرسة طينال بحي الحدادين بمدينة طرابلس الشام: أسسها باني المدرسة طينال ، مدرسها حسين الجسر و عدد طلابها 10. 2. مدرسة الرجيبة بحي الحدادين بمدينة طرابلس الشام: أسسها الشيخ رجب أفندي ، مدرسها حسين الجسر و عدد طلابها 15. 3. المدرسة السقرقية بحي الحدادين بمدينة طرابلس الشام: مدرسها مجيد المغربي و عدد طلابها 10. 4. المدرسة الشمسية بحي النوري بمدينة طرابلس الشام: أسسها الشيخ شمس الدين مولوي ، مدرسها الشيخ خليل صادق و عدد طلابها 17. 5. مدرسة الدويسية في باب الحديد بمدينة طرابلس الشام: أسسها باني جامع الدويسية ، مدرسها الشيخ حامد و عدد طلابها 2 6. مدرسة الحامدية في تربيعة بمدينة طرابلس الشام: أسسها باني جامع العطار ، مدرسها الشيخ نجيب أفندي و عدد طلابها 2. 7. مدرسة الحباك في منطقة تحت القلعة بمدينة طرابلس الشام: أسسها ناجي أفندي ، ومدرسها أمين عز الدين أفندي ، عدد طلابها 10. 8. مدرسة السوسية في ملاحة بمدينة طرابلس الشام: أسسها الشيخ السوسي ، مدرسها الشيخ محمود أفندي و عدد طلابها 6 9. مدرسة مرصبية في سويقة بمدينة طرابلس الشام: مؤسسها غير معروف ، مدرسها الشيخ محمد و عدد طلابها 4. 10. مدرسة دبا في سوق الصاغة بمدينة طرابلس الشام: أسسها الشيخ عبد الله أفندي ، لم يرد إسم مدرسها وعدد طلابها. 11. مدرسة في قضاء عكار التابع لمدينة طرابلس الشام : أشارت إليها سالنامة ولاية بيروت في العام 1902 ولكن لم يرد اسمها. هذا عن المدارس التقليدية أو التي عرفت بلهجتنا المحلية بالكتاتيب ، واللافت أن العثمانيين قد استعملوا مدارس المماليك ، واللافت أكثر أن السالنامات قد عددت 12 مدرسة تقليدية للعام 1902 في ولاية بيروت ، 2 في مركز الولاية أي بيروت و 10 في طرابلس الشام ، مما يدل على حركة علمية و دور عظيم لعبته طرابلس قبل بيروت بقرون من الزمن ، وكنت قد راعيت نقل المعلومات من المصدر مع الأخطاء توخياﹰ للموضوعية ، فالمدرسة الرجيبة هي المدرسة الرجبية و المدرسة الدويسية هي اليوم مسجد الأويسية ، ومدرسة الدبا هي مدرسة الدبهاء اليوم . ولكن ماذا عن وضع هذه المدارس اليوم ؟ وهل بقيت رسالة التعليم التي أنشأت لأجلها هذه المدارس؟ من المعلوم أن معظمها توقف عن العمل ، فإما هي مغلقة بالكامل وبحاجة للترميم ، أو أنها تحولت لمصليات.فتصوروا أن يعاد افتتاحها لتدريس الطلبة المحتاجين لساعات دعم إضافي ، أو تكون مراكز لنوادي شبابية أو مراكز تعليم لمهارات حياتية ، وبالتالي نكون قد أعدنا لهذه المباني التراثية الغارقة في مستنقع النسيان رونق الماضي الجميل و بهجة الحاضر ، فمن يهب لنجدة التراث قبل زواله؟ المصدر ( سالنامة نظارة المعارف العمومية لعام 1321 هجري ، ص 423)(سالنامة ولاية بيروت لعام 1326 هجري ، ص 321).
- Wojouh: Rami Zawde
One of the greatest assets of Greater Tripoli is its very own people. Whether in Tripoli or abroad, Greater Tripolitans have continued to excel and innovate. As a result, Tripolicy has decided to launch a series called Project Wojouh to shed light on some notable figures and rising stars. Tripolicy sat with Rami Zawde this week to discuss how the Tripolitan youth are changing their outlook towards the persistent obstacles that they have faced for generations now. Rami, a sociologist and marketing major by training, has recently been coaching around 110 upcoming professionals in “Life Skills” as both a freelancer and a life coach with the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC). He also instructs in “Sociology of Knowledge” at the Dar Center for Research and Development. These are projected towards the professional integration of the youth in the local market. Zawde’s approach focuses on reshaping the youth’s perspective towards issues they face in their daily lives and arming them with the skills to face them such as communication, or general knowledge relevant to the subject matter. He notes how upcoming generations have changed their outlook especially in terms of extracurricular work and skill development. As a trainer, many of those seeking his workshops are college freshmen, and sophomores looking to gain an edge in an increasingly competitive marketplace. He attributes this increase to the decrease in local job opportunities paired with the overflow of qualified individuals into the job market that is increasing yearly. Generational Changes in Tripoli: A New Outlook When asked about how the recent economic crises have affected the job market and the youth in particular and the effectiveness of his guidance-based strategies in the face of these overwhelming circumstances Zawde notes that younger generations are characteristically more optimistic than older ones and this can play to their advantage by pushing them through towards a future with better circumstances that would allow them to implement what they have learned. His approach however does not attempt to focus on spreading optimism for the sake of it but on explaining how one’s state of mind can lead one to perceive things in a certain way. This unorthodox way of coaching veers away from traditional life coaching in the sense that it focuses on a scientific way of explaining what leads a person within a particular group with the related positive or negative cultural and socioeconomic influences to see things in a particular light rather than preach about possibilities of breaking out from the group towards a better one. He teaches his students that objectivity, rationality, and realism are the keys to improvement. This he indicates is starkly different from the general discourse found in the city which is built on emotional-based interpretations of issues and personalities built on presenting a façade contrasting with their reality which Zawde dubs a “communal delusion”. Thus, the outputs of his approach would be increased self-awareness which Zawde indicates is an invaluable tool in understanding oneself, playing to one’s strengths, and overcoming the challenges one faces. The Importance of Developing a Good Work Ethic When asked about how the audience is reacting to these highly idealized approaches when generally they are searching for immediate practical aid such as a job opportunity or financial aid, Zawde states that the centers that employ him work with the participants in finding internships or preparing them for the job market. He does not see his approach as mutually exclusive with the more practical approaches but auxiliary to it by stressing that for a worker to succeed they would need to be armed with the correct mentality that allows them the professional pragmatism to work. He gives an example of a student he interfaced with that had graduated with a hospitality degree that stood above the rest in his interactions and reception to the ideas being presented. After Zawde helped facilitate a job opportunity for him at a restaurant owned by a friend, the owner’s reaction after several weeks of employment was that the individual was one of the best in the business and that his work ethic made him stand out above the rest. This is one example of how not only it is important to help people find jobs but help guide them to how to become better professionals that can accelerate their growth within a certain field. Through his work Zawde has consistently noticed that females show a much higher degree of passion towards the subject of life skills and problem analysis than their male counterparts. When asked why does he think that is the case, he indicates that females in his audience have shown an affinity towards the analytical side of dealing with problems while males were more invested in the practical side of it. This gives females an advantage as he has anecdotally observed that women remain employed longer than males in any job or field within the Tripolitan marketplace. However, this same longevity in employment stumps their growth in the marketplace by not pushing towards job growth as aggressively as males do. The reason according to Zawde is that while women's employment is commonplace in Tripoli the phenomenon of a female head of household is very rare to nonexistent. The traditional male-headed household in Tripoli and Lebanon in general places pressure on the male to seek better job opportunities while females see their employment as an auxiliary to the male employment in the family or funds made for personal expenses being those of the family. Thus society plays a role in how gender-based differences in the workplace manifest and evolutions in that front are always needed towards a path of higher equality. Socio-Economic: Class Changes in Tripoli In terms of how social changes in the city are affecting the socio-economic status of its inhabitants, Zawde gives the example of the recent arson of the Tripoli Municipal Hall which he believes is a seminal event across the modern history of the city. Through the reactions of the people, he discretizes the city into distinct groups: Those who supported the move or did not object to it saying that the people that did it were hungry protestors attacking a symbol of government, and those who opposed it saying it was an act of vandalism. The former were predominantly people belonging to poorer classes that have nothing to lose, and the latter which are what remains of a middle class in the city that saw it as a further step towards the spiraling of the city into a failed one. Zawde indicates that the Middle Class is disappearing from the city in both a systematic and nonsystematic way which poses a significant challenge to its future as it is the Middle Class that forms the cultural and socioeconomic heavyweight in the city. What is happening in Tripoli today, according to Zawde, is that we are moving from traditional Low-Middle-High income classes to a Low-High income class society. High-income classes are the least affected in the economic crisis and have many assets in the city that would root them there for the immediate future, the low-income classes do not have the economic means nor educational qualifications to emigrate to a different country, only the middle-income class has the latter two but is not economically comfortable enough to sustain living in the city for a prolonged period. When asked if this the same case across Lebanon Zawde indicates that while he does not have the data to empirically corroborate this, he indicates that Tripoli is a city with a predominantly high percentage of middle-class income individuals compared to other cities which makes the effect of middle-class emigration bigger on the city than on others across Lebanon. Concluding Thoughts Rami concludes by saying that traditionally while demographic changes were occurring in the city with many emigrating from it and many moving into it from surrounding rural areas into the city, the integration into the fabric of the city has generally been seamless. People have found their identity within the city and adopted it in a varying model to what has happened in Beirut where there is a distinction between “original” inhabitants and people that move into the city based on sectarian and regional lines. However, the latest economic crises and the greater divergence between the social classes indicate that there is an identity crisis occurring which was very evident with the Tripoli Municipal Hall arson. Those with a long history of living in the city saw it as an attack on the very identity of it, while those in support of the arsonists did not see the symbolism of burning what is traditionally the seat of the local government. He notes that during the event he had heard people state that only “the bourgeoise” are in an uproar about the arson. To Zawde this bodes ill for the future of the social fabric on the city and a potential class clash that is reinforced by identity politics. About the Author: Yasser is an architect from Tripoli that is currently completing his Ph.D. in Architecture at Georgia Tech in Atlanta USA. He was a Fulbright Scholar and Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford Finalist. He is the Founder of Tripolicy.
- Abdul Razzaq Haddad: Let This Be the Last
Two weeks ago, one of Tripoli's most famous sweet vendors, Abdul Razzaq Haddad, was injured when a small bomb was thrown at his food cart. Today, he succumbed to those wounds. Dozens of commentators poured onto social media expressing their sadness and frustrations with the continuing security deterioration in the streets of Tripoli. For many Tripolitans, Haddad is a symbol of the Lebanese man trying to earn an honest income amidst widespread corruption yet even with Haddad's record, he was not spared from the lawlessness spreading in Tripoli's streets. The Haddad family is known for their shmaysseh sweets and for providing these sweets at an affordable price. Mr. Haddad had spread joy to so many Tripolitans yet its streets had not reciprocated the same. The question that needs to be asked is, where is the police force? Why is the police force that is primarily made up of Tripolitan natives not taking a more active role in patrolling the streets and establishing some semblance of law and order? How is it that Tripoli's streets turned to being one of the safest to one where a crime can occur and the perpetrators go unpunished? May Allah (swt) bless the soul of Abdul Razzaq Haddad. Leave your thoughts and comments about ways to tackle the growing security lapse in the city. About the Author: R. Mahmoud Yamak is a petroleum engineer currently residing in Dallas, TX. He is a commentator on Arab and Middle Eastern affairs who has previously written for the Daily Sabah, The New Arab, Muftah Magazine, among others. He is the founder of The Tripolitan Podcast and co-founder of Tripolicy.
- Visions | Tripolicy
Tripoli in Our Reflections This page includes various visions as realized by artists and contributors in the city of Tripoli. It aims to create a visual bank in the social consciousness of the city's inhabitants and foster a unique architectural and artistic identity for Tripoli.
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وصل ِArchitect Yasser El Masri Alma Mater: Beirut Arab University, The University of Texas at Austin, Georgia Tech Degrees: BS in Architecture (BAU), MS in Sustainable Design (UT), MS in Architecture (GT), MS in International Affairs (GT), Ph.D. in Architecture (GT) Location: Atlanta, GA Yasser is an architect focused on building sustainability in the built environment. He is the founder of Tripolicy. Petroleum Engineer Raafat Yamak Alma Mater: Texas A&M University Degrees: BSc in Geology, MSc in Petroleum Engineering Location: Dallas, TX Raafat is an energy enthusiast who has worked and lived in multiple areas around the world. He is the co-founder of Tripolicy. Pharmacist Rayan Eter Alma Mater: University of Houston - Clear Lake, The University of Texas at Austin Degrees: BS in Biological Sciences (UHCL), MS in Biological Sciences (UHCL), PharmD of Pharmacy (UT) Location: Temple, TX Rayan is a retail pharmacist for H-E-B, a Texas-based grocery store chain. By bridging the cultural gap between healthcare providers and patients, she ensures that patients' accessibility to healthcare is within reach. Rayan is a collaborator with Tripolicy and currently holds a national position with a non-profit national Lebanese organization called Lebanese Collegiate Network. MPA Candidate Norhan Alshihabi Alma Mater: University of Massachusetts Boston Degrees: BA International Relations, Minor Public policy MPA Public Administration Location: Boston, MA Norhan is a passionate and ambitious MPA candidate with experience in political campaigns, legislative sector, and non-governmental organizations. A member of Coffee and Politics - Lebanon and policy analyst at Tripolicy. Managing Clinical Director Omar Harmouche Alma Mater: Tufts University Degrees: Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry (TU), MPH (TU) Location: Paducah, KY Dr. Omar Harmouche, DMD, MPH, is a Lebanese-American dentist and entrepreneur who seeks to maximize his impact through positive change and hard work. Presently, he serves as the Managing Clinical Director at Aspen Dental in Paducah, Kentucky. In addition to completing a Master's in Public Health with his Doctorate in Dental Medicine, Omar founded and scaled "Box for Health", a 501c3 nonprofit aimed at bringing health education to children world-wide. Dr. Harmouche currently serves as a Commitment-Maker of the Clinton Global Institute University (CGI U); through CGI U, Omar collaborates with change-makers worldwide to make the world a better place. Clinical Dietitian and Food Analyst Nadine Raad Alma Mater: University of Texas at Austin, Texas Woman’s University Degrees: BS in Nutrition (UT), MS in Nutrition (TWU) Location: Houston , TX Nadine is a registered dietitian at Houston Methodist Hospital working with both Surgical ICU and general medicine patients. She focuses on nutrition support, providing tube feeds and IV nutrition to those who need it. In her free time, she works behind the scenes for the first nutrition focused food delivery app “Bitewell”, analyzing meals and focusing on community outreach to bring the food community together. Physician Associate Salam Yamak Alma Mater: Texas A&M University Degrees: BS in Biology, MS in Physician Associates Studies Location: Chicago, IL Salam was born in Canada and lived in the United States and Saudi Arabia. Salam currently resides in Chicago and works as a Physician Associate in Primary Care and Urgent Care. Product Engineer at Toyota Headquarters Sarah Nashabe Alma Mater: Texas Tech University Degrees: BS in Mechanical Engineering (TT) Location: Dallas, TX Sarah moved to Texas in 2014 for college. She studied Mechanical Engineering at Texas Tech University. She previously worked 2 years in the oil & gas industry with ExxonMobil and currently works as a product engineer at Toyota Headquarters. Sarah loves to travel, drink coffee and run. Account Executive at Oliver Agency Alia El Khadem Alma Mater: American University of Beirut, ESA Business School, Sheridan College Degrees: BBA, MSc., Postgraduate Diploma Location: Toronto, Canada Alia is currently a junior CTL (aka Account Executive) at Oliver Agency and leads campaigns for Manulife’s Insurance and Bank business units. She has 8 years of FI (Financial Institutions) experience in customer strategy and business development. Alia holds a BBA with an emphasis in Marketing from the Suliman S. Olayan School of Business at the American University of Beirut, a Master of Marketing & Communication from ESCP Europe and ESA Business School and a postgraduate diploma in Advertising - Account Management from Sheridan College. Also, Alia is a Certified Scrum Master (CSM) and holds certificates in brand communication and agency finance from the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising. Her professional goals are to grow in the advertising and tech industry. CQ Chemistry Analyst I Nadia Naghi Alma Mater: The University of Houston Degrees: BS in Chemistry, BA in World Cultures & Literature: Middle East Location: Austin, TX Nadia was born and raised in Tripoli, Lebanon until 2009. Thereafter, she relocated to Houston, Texas where she completed the rest of her high school and college education. Nadia graduated from the University of Houston with a BS in Chemistry & BA in World Cultures & Literature: Middle East. She decided to pursue a career in chemistry where she accepted a job position as a Quality Control Chemistry Analyst at ICU Medical in Austin. ICU is a chemical plant that manufactures IV bags and fluids including the plastics and antibiotics of the bag. In her area, Nadia tests the finished liquid product of the IV bag and ensures it meets the specifications and requirements before it is approved for release to the general public. If for whatever reason a bag doesn't meet those requirements, it is her job to figure out probable causes and solutions in order to troubleshoot the batch of IV fluid at hand. As a CQ analyst, Nadia's job is to make sure the quality of the product is suitable for its utilization once it hits the American and Canadian market. PhD Student, Clinical Psychology; Therapist Jude Nachabe Alma Mater: The University of Ottowa Degrees: Honours BA in Psychology (UO), MA in Clinical Psychology (Concordia University) Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada Jude is a Clinical Psychology doctoral student at Concordia University. She is researching cultural clinical psychology and is examining the impact of culture on mental health and beliefs in individuals from minority cultures in Canada. Clinically, she is interested in conducting psychotherapy and assessments with the adult population and have had training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), psychodynamic approaches, and neuropsychological assessment. Jude aspires to use her research to inform her clinical work with minorities. She is also interested in working with individuals with addiction problems, personality disorders, trauma (PTSD), and other anxiety disorders. Having spent her first 16 years in Tripoli, Jude hopes to meet fellow Tripolitans interested in psychology or social (in)justice, and to connect and empower Tripolitans in North America and the rest of the world. Medical Device Engineer Ragheb El Khaja Alma Mater: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Degrees: B.S. Mechanical Engineering, M.Eng. Biomedical Engineering Location: Bay Area, San Francisco, CA Ragheb leads the engineering team responsible for Research and Development on infectious disease diagnostics at Lucira Health. Born and raised in Tripoli, he attended MIT for a BS in Mechanical Engineering ('12) and MEng in Biomedical Engineering ('13). After graduating, Ragheb worked at early stage medical device startups in Boston: MX Orthopedics where he designed innovative bone implants, Seventh Sense Biosystems where he developed an at-home blood collection device, and Vicarious Surgical where he advised on the design of a robotic surgery platform. In 2016, Ragheb moved to San Francisco and became an early employee at Lucira Health - a startup that aims to bring fast and accurate infectious disease diagnostics to the home. When the COVID pandemic hit, Lucira Health quickly focused on developing an at-home COVID test and received the first FDA authorization for such a test in November 2020. Ragheb hopes to meet other professionals from Tripoli/Lebanon and form a network where people support and uplift each other. Also, he is eager to meet others with entrepreneurial aspirations, especially with products that aim to bring about social good. Electrical Engineer Osama Eter, E.I.T. Alma Mater: University of Houston Degrees: BS in Electrical Engineering (UH) Location: Houston, TX Osama is an Electrical Power Systems (EPS) and Battery Engineer at NASA's Johnson Space Center where he works on creating custom solutions to enable human exploration across the solar system. He is also involved with the Lebanese Collegiate Network as the Vice President of Public Relations. Professional Chef Meekal El-Halabi Alma Mater: Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts Degrees: Associate Applied Science Degree in Culinary Arts Location: Austin, TX Meekal is originally from Tripoli, Lebanon and moved to the United States at the age of 15 to continue his education. Upon graduating from the third best culinary school in the world, Meekal started his journey by uploading cooking videos on TikTok and Instagram under the name Unclemeekscuisine. Meekal's professional goal is to build as much audience as possible on social media to sponsor his future business wish to eventually open and own a restaurant. Procurement Manager & Developer Nef Harmouche Alma Mater: University of Houston Degrees: BBA Accounting and Finance Location: Houston, TX Nef Harmouche works for a chemical company which specializes in the acquisitions of distressed chemical manufacturers in the United States. They recapitalize and restructure distressed chemical plants and position them for growth and divesture. Nef is in charge of procuring capital equipment, managing the MRO supply chain and soliciting bids for services & construction. Prior to his role, he served as the business's accounting manager. He also develops townhomes and invests in residential/commercial real estate in the Greater Houston area. He is happily married and spends the majority of his free time playing with his 2 daughters, Sophia & Leah. He is an avid reader and loves to travel to Lebanon. Right now he is planning his largest development in East Downtown which will encompass 90 townhomes. He plans to grow his real estate firm into a private equity firm which specializes in acquiring real estate & businesses. Prospective Medical Student Rayan Harmouch Alma Mater: University of Texas at Dallas Degrees: BS in Neuroscience Location: Houston, TX Rayan Harmouch will be going into ER medicine and desires to open urgent care clinics in the Houston community after his residency. While in medical school, he plans to attain a Masters in Science in Medical Science at Texas A&M College Station. He plans to explore topics of emergency pharmacology through research and will continue participating in patient centric research, desiring to optimize emergency and critical care regimens to better patient prognoses. He is service minded and seeks to have advanced for profit and non-profit urgent care clinics that minimize costs and deliver quality care. Civil Engineer Bacel Yamak Alma Mater: Beirut Arab University Degrees: Masters of Science, MBA Location: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Bacel is an aspiring project manager who currently works in Riyadh as an engineer. He has a strong passion for the gym and is a firm believer in a healthy lifestyle. Student Physician Asia Eter Alma Mater: University of Houston - Clear Lake, The University of Texas Medical Branch Degrees: BS in Environmental Sciences (UHCL), Doctor of Medicine (UTMB) Location: Galveston, TX Asia enjoys playing volleyball and is passionate about care for the undeserved. Her professional goals include graduating with a degree in medicine and conducting research within the realm of addiction. Engineer Moussa Taleb Alma Mater: University of Calgary Degrees: MSc Petroleum Engineering, BSc Geology Location: Calgary, AB Moussa is a Petroleum Engineer who is passionate about supplying energy globally, equally, and sustainably. He is currently based in Calgary, Canada and has a strong passion for cryptocurrency and finance. Electrical Engineer Omar Yamak Alma Mater: University of Balamand - Université Paris Saclay Degrees: BS in Technology Location: San Francisco - Bay Area, CA Ambitious, hardworking, and more importantly innovative. Omar is a student at San Francisco State University pursuing a graduate degree in Engineering. Financial Crime Analyst Youssef Taleb Alma Mater: University of Calgary Degrees: Bachelor's of Commer Location: Calgary, AB A passionate and reliable learner, Youssef is capable of adding value to dynamic teams. Aspiring to be an analyst and ultimately a multi-disciplined professional, he is eager to gain valuable industry experience while developing new technical and interpersonal skills. PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Lilia Adra Nashabe Alma Mater: Texas Tech University Degrees: PharmD Location: Denver, CO Presently, Lilia is a PGY1 resident for Albertson's/Safeway pharmacy. Her interests include working in a collaborative team-oriented environment, travel, and healthcare. Lilia enjoys meeting other Lebanese people to stay connected with her roots, which she feels is paramount for any ex-patriate.
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