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French African foundation: Two Moroccans among 30 young African leaders selected

Two Moroccans, Sanae Lahlou and Kamil Senhaji, are among the 2019 winners of the French African African Leaders Program, jointly sponsored by French President Emmanuel Macron and his Ghanaian counterpart Nana Akufo-Addo.

The names of the 30 winners of the “French-African Young Leaders” program were unveiled on Monday by the “French African Foundation”, which sets itself the ambition of “supporting the leadership of the new generation operating on the Franco-African economic, political, social and cultural scene”.

As Director of the Africa Business Unit at Mazars, Sanae Lahlou has fifteen years of experience, including ten years at AMDIE (formerly Morocco Export), where she has held the position of Director of International Markets. A graduate in International Business from Paris, she also worked at the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry as a Middle East and Francophone Africa adviser.

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