I was born in Aitourir, small Berber village outside of
Marrakesh close to the high Atlas
mountains. I graduated from high school, then I went to MarrakeshUniversity where I graduated with
a bachelor degree in English Literature.
I moved to the USA
in 1993 to join Walt Disney World International Program. While I was working in Disney World, I was part of the
task force responsible for opening new resorts and restaurants.
I have been a licensed real estate agent since
2001. I won many awards and recognitions including In 2006, and 2009 I was
one of the top 100 GMAC sales agent in North America.
I was the top sales agent for Classic Homes GMAC Realty for the years
2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007.
In 2003, I was part of the team that
started The Moroccan American Chamber of Commerce in Florida. I have
been the president of the Chamber since 2005. In 2006 I was part of the
commission that met with then Governor Jeb Bush in Tallahassee
to lobby for more American investments in Morocco
and to encourage more trade between the two countries.
I was responsible for hosting the largest gathering for
the Moroccan community in Florida;
in 2005 more than 500 community members and other local leaders joined the MACC
in celebrating The Throne Day festivities that lasted three days. I still
organize, with the help of other community members, The Mobile Consulate once a
year for our community in Florida.
Every day, I am helping people achieve their real estate
objectives and consequently owning part of the American dream. I live with my
wife and three children, the oldest one is attending the University
of South Florida and the two others
go to local school in the town of Clermont.