WPL is pleased to announce three new WPL Ambassadors: Ms. Wafa Bani Mustafa for Jordan; Ms. Amal Deroua for Algeria; and Ms. Nelia Tazi for Morocco.
Ms. Amal Deroua, new WPL Ambassador for Algeria, is a Member of the National People’s Assembly, Vice President of the Committee on Agriculture, Fisheries and Environmental Protection, and Member of the Finance Committee.She was Vice-President of the National People”s Assembly, in charge of the Culture, Communications, Publishing and Training Portfolio from 2014 to 2016. She has a Degree in applied foreign languages, French, English and German, from the University of Grenoble in France. She speaks French, German, English, Arabic and Spanish.
Ms. Nelia Tazi, new WPL Ambassador for Morocco, is Vice-President of the Moroccan House of Councillors. Tazi is an entrepreneur turned Politician, Founder and President of the “A3 Group”, that specialises in Communications, Events, Public and Media Relations. Ms Tazi admits that business had always been her passion and that the transition into politics happened serendipitously, thanks to the new Moroccan Constitution, adopted by referendum in 2011, which provided for a a representation of Moroccan business owners within the House of Councilors. In October 2015, Neila Tazi made her entry within a group of eight elected from the General Confederation of Enterprises of Morocco (CGEM). Neila Tazi, the only woman in the group, is presented as a candidate for the presidency of the chamber and wins. She is now currently also the Vice President of the Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises (CGEM). Tazi is also President of the Yerma Gnaoua Association for the Preservation and Safeguarding of the Gnawa Heritage.