Personal Website

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Technology has changed, so have communications, as well as public presence!

A personal Website is no longer needed for someone’s online presence. If you are here to know more up to date information and news about my activities, then you could check out my Facebook Page, LinkedIn Profile, YouTube Channel, or Twitter Feeds.

The main purpose of this Website now is to share some of the limited knowledge and contribution that I have got as an Educator, an Administrator, an Entrepreneur, or as a Kurdish Poet. The Website works mostly as an archive of information on these aspects of my life for people who might find them interesting and/or useful.

I hope the time you spend surfing my Website turns out to be worthwhile.

Feel free to contact me using any of the above channels if you have something to share or communicate. I would love to hear from you.


One Hour of Code

I was invited to oversee and participate in the first ever event of One Hour of Code for Kids in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. The event took place on Saturday, August 5, 2017 in the city of Sulaimani. I was very much moved and excited to see over 60 kids, aged between 6 and

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UNDP’s Innovation for Development Seminar

I was invited by the project manager of UNDP’s Innovation for Development project to deliver a one-hour seminar on Creativity and Creative Thinking. I was honored and very glad to have the opportunity. There was a total of 62 smart and engaging participants from many cities around the country. I really enjoyed the experience and

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Five One Labs Workshop on Design Thinking and Entrepreneurial Process

AUIS hosted a workshop for a group of participants from the Nishtiman Youth Network and AUIS students on Design Thinking and Entrepreneurial Process. The workshop was offered by Five One Labs and it took place on the afternoon of Monday, July 24, 2017 on the AUIS campus. I was happy and thankful to be given the

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Addressing Three Societal Misconceptions About Starting Your Own Business

We need to educate the young graduates of Iraq and Iraqi Kurdistan and lead them into a new ecosystem; an ecosystem where they can survive and thrive and where they can serve the future of the society’s economic stability and growth, an ecosystem of business startups and entrepreneurship. I share my opinion addressing three societal misconceptions

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