I started my career after receiving my Bachelor’s in Behavioral Science (with a concentration in Anthropology) from the American University of Kuwait. For most of my career, I worked primarily with young adults. Before coming to FSHN, I worked at the Youth Public Authority and engaged in its initiatives to empower and nurture creativity of the Kuwaiti young people. I also spent 9 years teaching younger girls ballet and contemporary dance.
I am particularly passionate about helping others and playing an active role in the community. That’s why I am so excited about working in the area of ABA therapy, as this will enable me to help the children learn and develop new skills. I also have plans to expand my knowledge and skills in the field. In my free time, I enjoy cooking and try to add movement to my day.