Article and photo published by Al Fanar, Oct. 2013. A 2013 survey of students in four Gulf countries shows they are still struggling to prepare students for university life and the workforce despite spending billions revamping education.
Published by Al Fanar, Oct. 2013. Women in the Gulf are better educated than men. So why are they lagging behind in employment?
Published by Wamda.com, Sept. 2013. The pan-Arab reality-TV competition, Stars of Science, is back with more women than ever before.
Story published by Wamda.com, Sept. 2013. When Diana Al-Dajani found out that her five-year-old son hated learning Arabic, she got creative.
Published by Qatar Happening Magazine, Sept. 2013. QH sat down for an exclusive interview with British West End legend, Michael Ball, who performed recently at Abu Dhabi’s Summerfest. We find out what keeps his love for musical theatre alive and kicking.
Story published by Wamda.com, May 2013. I chat with the CNA-Q Entrepreneurship Centre to find out what prevents locals from launching their own businesses in Qatar.
Story and photos published by Wamda.com, April 2013. Meet Raw ME, a local startup that wants to encourage healthy eating habits among Qatar’s population.
Published by Al Fanar, March 2013. A recent shake up in the UAE’s Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research has left many local academics uncertain about the future of higher-education leadership there.
Published by Qatar Happening, Feb. 2013. With national obesity levels still tipping the scales in Qatar, QH brings you the incredible story of one man’s extreme weight-loss journey.
Published by the United Nations Universal Postal Union, Dec. 2012. The gold-medal winner of the UPU 2012 International Letter-Writing Competition for Young People was feted at an awards ceremony during the 25th Universal Postal Congress in Doha, Qatar.