Sharing an idea, participating in an interesting discussion or to publicly speak, It allows us to form connections, influence decisions, and motivate change.
Without communication, the ability for communities to progress in the working world and in life, itself, would be nearly impossible.
Zina Aljaratli among Forty individuals under the age of 40 have been named finalists for the first Greater Moncton’s Top 20 Under 40.
The finalists are all making a difference in the community. Their field of expertise is varied, but they all play a leadership role whether it is in business, politics, the arts, non-profits, education, the environment, health care or public service.
The Arab Culture Club is hosting a virtual panel discussion on the question, "Where are you from?". Maha Tantawy is the moderator. Zina Aljaratli is one of the panel members.
Quoting From The Queen of Hearts Diani Blanco
"What a pleasure it was to seat with this AMAZING woman
her story is beautiful and powerful i sure can't wait for her to be a part of #WeAreOne2020 and share more of her journey with us...... Im not going to tell you to get over it, that things will get better if you let it pass... Oh no, i won't! I will hold your hand and help you through the pain cause together we can make it. "
Zina is an entrepreneur and talented graphic designer. In partnership with Alaa Fayyad (behind the camera and editing), Zina has prepared this cool video, as part of our new INGENIUM program!
Kudos to Zina for her passion to making a difference in her community, and for being an inspiration for our young people!
speaker at Amplifying your Brand's Voice.
Marketing Numérique: amplifiez votre image de marque.
3plus Corporation (3+) is the regional economic development agency for Greater Moncton. Further to promoting regional economic growth, 3+ Corporation also provides an expertise in investment attraction.
ACT Three by C3Leadership offers a focused effort of igniting community conversations, engaging key influencers, and modelling progressive behaviour.
By showcasing regional talent who’ve made significant impact in our community, we’ll leverage their wisdom with the passion of our citizens. Bringing the right people together in the right way, with shared accountability and commitment builds thriving communities.
Speaking at the graduation event for class of 2019 The Business Immigrant Mentorship Program (BIMP);
with 3+ and The Hive / La Ruche Business Center for Newcomers.
Moncton, New Brunswick.
A discussion session around the question "Where are you from?".
The discussion aims to uncover the different perspectives pertaining to this question from both sides (the asker and the responder).
Moderated by Maha Tantawy, in the presence of Dr. Catherine Holtmann (UNB) as guest speaker, and 3 panelists:
Benradette Fernandes (Saint John)
Zina Aljaratli (Moncton)
Mohamed Khairallah (Fredericton)
Honoured to be speaking at the event Hosted by Diani Blanco and Infyno Group.
"Speaker Zina Aljaratli is an incredible woman who's journey brought here in Canada. Her story full of strength, understanding, acceptance and love will warm your heart. She, just like her mother dedicate her life to empower other women."
Honoured to be speaking at the event Hosted by C3Leadership.
Quoting the Organizer:
Equality is not a women`s issue it`s a business issue.
General equality is essential for economies and communities to thrive.
A gender equal world can be healthier, wealthier and more harmonious...so let`s make it happen...Let`s be #EachforEqual
Calling on PEOPLE to be the change agents for inclusion and diversity again as we celebrate International Women’s Day, this year on Wednesday, March 11, 2020.