Introducing myself and my journal: I am proud being a woman
I finished the secondary education 2007-2008 and I studied civil engineering, from 2008-2013, at The Islamic University of Gaza in Palestine, where I obtained a bachelor’s degree. In 2011/ 2012 I attended the Palestinian youth advocacy network "PYAN" which aims to convoy the true Palestinian image to the outside world I work as a volunteer in more than one institution like partners for peace and development for the Palestinian "PPDP"
and as a translator for Ain Media company for art and production
During my voluntary work I started writing down my ideas and experiences with the intention of getting them on screen. I came to the subtle realization that I do not know or understand nearly as much as I would like to or have envisioned myself knowing. There is much more I need to learn to realize my dream and direct those stories into good movies. I want to be the best I can be and as a woman I feel the need to prove myself even more since the majority of great directors consists of men. But when people ask me why I choose such a difficult line of work to get into my answer is a standard one: because I believe in my dream
I want to go to attend this course because I am interested in exploring the world, looking for opportunities. The knowledge, skills and experiences that I benefit from the program will contribute greatly to my future career. A terrific benefit of this course is not only to boost chance of my future international career but also I will have opportunities to meet people from various nations and cultures, offering me different points of view and contributing to my flexibility and creativity, besides the cultural and language gains. I believe that life is not just about sitting and planning rather it is more importantly, about going out and implementing.
to share in building my country
to reach with my voice all over the world
My Vision for the Future:
so positive and full of hope
My Areas of Expertise:
translation, writing and social voluntary work