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Nahla Bendefaa

Educator - Communication Specialist - Researcher - Content Creator

Location icon United States

Driven, multilingual, passionate communicator and educator with proven experience in higher education administration, non-governmental organizations, university teaching, and event planning.


Writing Samples

Morocco World News
Moroccan Identity: Reclaimed and Censored

Chama Mechtaly is a young artist who is currently studying in Boston, Massachusetts. Through her art, she aspires to reclaim and paint a pluralistic and complex image of the Moroccan identity. However, this does not please everyone who comes across her work.

Morocco World News
Train Users Debunk Morocco's ONCF 75% Customer Satisfaction Rate

By Nahla Bendefaa Rabat - The ONCF, Morocco's national railway, announced in a report earlier this month that their customer satisfaction is up to 75percent. As a regular customer of the ONCF, I cannot help but be perplexed by this number. I donot claim to be a specialist in customer behaviour and satisfaction.

Morocco World News
Sting Performs at Mawazine Festival for the Second Time

By Nahla Bendefa Rabat - British music veteran Sting performed for the second time at the OLM Souissi stage on Thursday in Rabat. Sting, who first came to the Mawazine Festival in 2010, came back for a highly anticipated concert accompanied by a five-piece band.

Meet Alex Marrero '18

By Nahla Bendefaa A fascination with logic and a dream of becoming a cardiovascular surgeon is what brought Alexander Marrero '18 to Allegheny College. Alexander, from Hawley, Pa., enrolled at Allegheny to pursue his interests in pre-medicine and philosophy.

Galloping Toward Success

Phoenix Cooke '15 recently competed in the Washington International Horse Show Adult Jumper Championship, and, with her usual determination and skill, rode her mount, Skys Burning Blue, to a second-place finish. For Phoenix, who has been riding for 16 years, it was another in a series of achievements in equestrian competition.

Allegheny College Magazine - December 2014

On Friday, Sept. 5, 2014 at 3:45 p.m. the Allegheny College community-students, employees and friends-gathered on Brooks Circle for a truly historic photo that we've called "The Big Picture." Thanks to the Meadville Fire Department and College Photographer Bill Owen '74, a memorable moment in Allegheny's history is now preserved for the College's Tricentennial in 2115.

Media Samples

ECHO - Short Film

Ever wondered what one day in the life of a person living with a mental disorder can be like? This short film was written, filmed, and produced in partial fulfillment of the Advanced Media Production course at Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane. It was also submitted to the Al Akhawayn Short Film Festival and the Zayed University Middle East Film Festival.

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