Archive forNovember, 2015

  • The Doctoral Day: An Opportunity to Empower Tunisian Researchers

    In November 10, 2015, The Tunisian American Young Professionals organization (TAYP), the Information Resource Center (IRC) and the Tunisian Association of Young Researchers (TAYR) together organized their first Doctoral Day on October 28, 2015 at the IRC at the US Embassy of Tunis. The Doctoral Day was the first session of a series of doctoral days […] Read More
  • TAYP Member Mariem Mezghenni Malouche Speaks at The Atlantic Council

    On October 13 2015, TAYP Founding Board Member Mariem Mezghenni Malouche spoke at the Atlantic Council to comment on the recent paper “Tunisia: The Last Arab Spring Country,” written by Karim Mezran and Mohsin Khan. The paper presents a concise story on what has happened in Tunisia since January 2011, on both the political and economic […] Read More
  • TAYP Represents Tunisia at the Global Diaspora Forum

    Recognizing the critical role diaspora organizations such as TAYP can play in bridging the US and individuals’ countries of origins, TAYP representatives attended the Global Diaspora Forum on October 9, 2015 in Washington DC. Mohamed Malouche, Mariem Mezghanni Malouche, Ikbel Achour, and Saoussen Mahjoub were present at the event, organized by the Department of State and […] Read More
  • TAYP Chairman of the Board Presents at the C3 Summit

    TAYP Chairman of the Board Mohamed Malouche participated as a panelist at the C3 US-Arab Business Summit at the Union Club in New York City. The purpose of the conference was to provide the space for dialogue and to allow potential partners, funders, and innovators the opportunity to collaborate and learn from one another to […] Read More
  • TAYP Welcomes New US Ambassador to Tunisia

      Members of TAYP based in Washington, DC had the opportunity to meet with the designated US Ambassador to Tunisia, Daniel Rubinstein, ahead of his mission start date. This conversation was an exciting opportunity to introduce TAYP’s mission and vision, and to continue to reinforce the positive role that members of the Diaspora can have […] Read More
  • TAYP Handicrafts Project Update

     In concordance with the Handicraft Export Project’s sustainability strategy, TAYP continues its collaboration with its partners ONA, CEPEX, US Embassy, Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of Tourism and Handicraft, and the Chamber of Commerce. Initially the project started with 8 artisans, and now currently serves 20 artisans representing over 10 handicraft product categories. The selected 20 […] Read More
  • RISE: Leveraging the Tunisian Diaspora to Empower Growth Stage Enterprises

    TAYP’s latest initiative to support entrepreneurial development in Tunisia kicked off in October. RISE, made possible by the Middle East partnership Initiative based in Morocco, is a pilot program with the aim to create linkages between Tunisian entrepreneurs with high export potential and members of the diaspora in the United States to facilitate the former’s […] Read More