Ms. Reema Zarough is currently a faculty member teaching English at the American Libyan Education and Training Center. She recently was promoted to the position of teaching supervisor. Her professional work has focused on human development based on neuro-linguistic programming sciences.
Ms. Zarough is a chief organizer of the People of Compassion Group which serves the needs of underprivileged families in her local community. She is also involved with many other charitable foundations.
Ms. Zarough earned a Bachelor’s degree in fine arts from Al-Fateh University in Libya and is a highly acclaimed graphic designer. Her work prominently displayed in numerous public venues. Reema also composed a book of Arabic Grammar explained by cartoons. She received awards from many organizations such as The Union of Students, African Movement for Youth and the Jamahirya Office for Young Women for her artistic accomplishments. Her intense interest in helping people moved her to study English at Webster American University in Switzerland.
During her Humphrey year Ms. Zarough plans to expand her knowledge of modern principles of teaching English as a foreign language. She also plans to explore the benefits of using graphics and multimedia in teaching foreign languages. Upon return to Libya, Ms. Zarough plans to open an English school in Libya that utilizes these new methods and technologies.