Suzanne Baazet

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Suzanne (Moyer) Baazet "is an entrepreneur and non-profit leader with extensive experience working with NGOs and the private sector in Morocco and throughout Northern Africa. She is currently the Vice-President of AmeriSource, a company which she co-founded to increase business linkages and trade between the US and Morocco. Suzanne’s previous experience includes serving as the President of AIESEC United States Inc., where she oversaw the launch of The Salaam Program, a cultural exchange program which has provided over 100 international internships to Arab and American university students in partnership with major corporations such as Google, Sun MicroSystems, Kraft Foods Intl., and MasterCard. Suzanne also served as a Senior Program Manager at the African Studies Association where she supported major initiatives to foster collaboration among scholars world-wide. Suzanne speaks fluent French, Arabic, and Moroccan Arabic, and is a published author on business and development in the Middle East. Suzanne was awarded a Fulbright grant to research the impact of the globalization of Moroccan economic policy on the management competencies required of Moroccan entrepreneurs and executives." [1]

She is married to Karim Baazet.

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  1. Directors, High Atlas Foundation, accessed April 3, 2010.