Khadija is a Moroccan Entrepreneur, Public Affairs and Strategic Communications Expert. Since 2009, Khadija has founded several companies in media and communications sector. Currently, she is the Managing Director of Tea And Koffee, a PR firm operating on both Moroccan and African levels. She has created and managed few media outlets, a weekly sports newspaper Al Mawiid Arriadi and a daily generalist electronic newsletter Le20heures.
Khadija is also the founder of I-AFRIKA, a network of African entrepreneurs operating in different sectors, with a common objective of positively impact Africa. In 2016, she has launched Africa Trade and Investment Summit – Ifrane Forum, a yearly event happening in Ifrane, Morocco, gathering economic and political operators from all over Africa, to reflects on the future of Africa and create opportunities for the development of intra-Africa trade and South-South economic cooperation.
Khadija is very active in promoting women entrepreneurship and Economic autonomation. She is a board member of the Association of Women Entrepreneurs of Morocco and a founding member of the Moroccan Network for Mentoring and Networking. In 2016, she was nominated by the World Economic Forum as a Young Global Leader.
“Having a space for Africa and Europe to dialogue and collaborate is essential for both continents to create more opportunities for their citizens. I commend The Eurafrican Forum for creating this bond between the two rivers of the Mediterranean.” Khadija Idrissi Janati