Yasmina Lahlou is from Marrakesh, Morocco. She grew up in Marrakesh .She obtained two Masters: one in Marketing and Communication, and another in Marketing and Advertising. She also holds a degree in French literature at La Sorbonne University of Paris. Upon graduation, she started work as an advertising executive, copy-writer, in the leader agency in Casablanca, Morocco: Shem’s publicity (from 2000 to 2002). Afterward, she moved into journalism. She formerly worked as a journalist, reporter and head of cultural columns for a few years in Jeune Afrique, a weekly news magazine based in Paris (from 2004 to 2008 which covers the political, economic and cultural spheres of Africa, with an emphasis on Francophone Africa and the Maghreb. She now lives in Casablanca and work as an independent free-lance journalist and Correspondent for various Panafrican and Panarab magazines sold worldwide: New African, New African Business, New African Woman, Metropolis, Zyriab, Diptyk.
Main Pillar: Media
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Country of Origin: Morocco
City of Residency: Casablanca, Morocco