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My mother and father are both of arabic decent. I have lived in the middle east for a total of 10 years, I am both a Saudi and Canadian national. Having grown up in Saudi Arabia i have a Gulfian accent but having visited Lebanon, Egypt and Morocco i am familiar with different arabic accents and dialects. I can read, write and type in arabic.
I worked in a clothing store called West Side Clothing. My roles were assisting customers, clearing up the shelves, racks etc, cleaning the store and keeping it's appearance satisfactory
Sales Associate and Assistant Visual Merchandiser
Coast Mountain Sports
I was a sales associate that dealt with meeting customer needs and providing help to both customers and my fellow colleagues. I was also assistant to the visual merchandiser, this meant that i played a small role it deciding the layout of the store.
I was part of the syrian delegation
St.Petersburg Model United Nations Conference
March 2006 - March 2006
Took part in the St.Petersburg Model United Nations Conference
Job description: As a delegate of the Syrian Arab Republic I had to present to the chair and the conference speaker the current issues affecting Syria and its neighbouring countries
East Acton Community Hall
helping out teens with everyday problems
Ideal Clinics, Jeddah, KSA
At ideal clinics I was an assistant receptionist, this mean i dealt with greetings patients, registering new patients and booking appointments for them
Qualifications & Certifications
International Business and Human Resources Management
University Of West London
General Certificate of Secondary Education
International College Sherbourne School
The international school of london
Marketing and Human Resources Management
London Southbank University
International School of London
King Fahad Academy
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