• Diaspora Summer Networking 2023: A highly successful first edition

    Birth of an alliance of Diaspora Associations Launch of the “Tunisia Global Forum”, a significant international business event to enhance Tunisia’s visibility and attractiveness. Tunis, 02 August 2023 –   Six associations of professional Tunisian diaspora, active in different countries, have decided to unite their efforts to jointly organize an unprecedented summer gathering to interconnect their […] Read More
  • TAYP retreat 2023: Bringing the community together and growing together

    BOSTON, MA – The Tunisian-American Young Professionals (TAYP) is organizing the second annual retreat on May 13th and 14th at the Wylie Center & Tupper Manor in Boston. This event will bring together accomplished professionals from various sectors to support each other and share their experiences. The program will include several workshops related to finance, […] Read More
  • Statement on the violence in Tunis near the US Embassy

    TAYP logo The Tunisian American Young Professionals’ (TAYP) diaspora association strongly condemns the act of terror perpetrated in the Lac 2 area on March 6, 2020 near the United States Embassy in Tunis. We present our deepest and heartfelt condolences to the family of agent Missaoui, the policeman who lost his life, and wish those who were […] Read More
  • TAYP members gather in Washington DC

    On Saturday June 15th, TAYP hosted a half-day event for its members, who traveled from New York, Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, Memphis and other regions, to join the meeting in Washington DC.  The event included a morning session with the Tunisian Minister of Commerce, Mr. Omar Behi, who chaired Tunisia’s delegation for the second session of […] Read More
  • TAYP’s participation in the second session of the United States-Tunisia Joint Economic Commission

    On Friday June 14th, 2019, TAYP representatives were invited to participate in the second Session of the Joint Economic Commission between Tunisia and the United States in Washington DC. The meeting between the two governments reviewed the existing economic partnership between the United States and Tunisia and explored areas for greater bilateral trade and investment […] Read More
  • ACYPL Tunisian Fellows in Visit to the US

    As a part of its efforts to foster continued understanding and exchange between the US and Tunisia, TAYP is supporting for the 3rd time the participation of a delegation of three young Tunisian political leaders (Visit TAYP-ACYPL project ) – Rania Barrak, Mohamed Nahali, Zakia Bouhjila  – to the American Council of Young Political Leaders program. […] Read More
  • TAYP – Tunisia2020’s Tunisian-American Diaspora Partner

    In its continuing effort to build bridges between Tunisia and the United States through a strengthening of economic and cultural ties, Tunisian American Young Professionals has been involved in promoting Tunisia2020, the Tunisian government’s International Investors’ Conference, held on November 29th and 30th, to US based investors. TAYP’s activities complemented the work of the Tunisian […] Read More
  • TAYP’s Chairman joined 121 Experts Call on President Obama to Visit Tunisia

    TAYP’s Chairman Mohamed Malouche co-signed with 121 Experts a letter to call on President Obama to Visit Tunisia. We share with you this joined effort with POMED in the following article. By POMED On July 27, 2016, a diverse group of 121 former members of Congress, former senior U.S. government officials, and prominent Middle East analysts sent […] Read More
  • World Bank Panel on Tunisia moving forward

    On June 19th The World Bank hosted a one day event dedicated to the current situation in the MENA region. The event was broadcasted internally to the WB country staff throughout the region and was an opportunity to particularly shed light on the situation in Tunisia, Egypt and Syria. Moderated by Mohamed Malouche, TAYP’s chairman […] Read More
  • US-Africa Leaders Summit – Washington DC

    President Obama welcomed African leaders from across the continent early August for a three-day summit.  It was the first such event held in the US to help strengthen political and economic ties with African countries. John Kerry, US Secretary of State, welcomed the attendees.  In his speech he stressed the commitment of the United States […] Read More
  • POMED Letter to Secretary Kerry for Tunisia

    In March, The Project for Middle East Democracy in association with TAYP and other groups, prepared a letter sent to Secretary Kerry signed by a diverse group of high-profile voices from across the political spectrum—including four former U.S. Ambassadors to Tunisia, six former Assistant Secretaries of State, eight former Members of the House and Senate—called for […] Read More
  • The Tunisian Diaspora is key to FDI

    Article published with the Atlantic Council, on the importance of setting the proper ecosystem and financial vehicles to foster further investment of the Tunisian diaspora towards Tunisia In the wake of Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa’s world tour to court international assistance, the focus on Tunisia’s economy has taken center stage a means to further the country’s […] Read More