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Fatim-Zohra El Malki
Fatim-Zohra El Malki is completing her Master's degree at Georgetown University’s Arab Studies program. Prior to attending Georgetown, Fatim-Zohra graduated from Université Toulouse I Capitole, where she obtained a Licence Degree in International Law and Economics. In 2013, Fatim-Zohra earned a Master's degree in Security Studies from Queen’s University of Belfast. Fatim-Zohra has worked and interned for several law firms and banks both in Morocco and abroad, as well as for the Department of Global Security at the Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Rabat, UNRWA Beirut, and with Amnesty International USA. Fatim-Zohra is currently working as a Research Assistant for Georgetown's School of Government, where much of her work revolves around the political transformations following the Arab uprisings, particularly in Libya, Tunisia, and Yemen. Her research interests now focus on the growing influence of militias in Libya and their implications with the energy sector.