Arab Heritage Learning is a 501 (c)(3) U.S. non-profit organization which seeks to foster intercultural understanding, diversity and conserve Arab heritage with focus on Morocco.
Samia Touati, Ph.D.
Founder and President
Samia is a lead educator, is a Certified World Language Teacher from Sunbridge Institute in New York. Fluent in in Arabic, French and English, Touati teaches her languages of expertise along with elective courses on visual culture from the Middle East and North Africa, and ‘Arabi Arts and Cultures courses with a focus on Moroccan culture. Passionate about sharing her cultural experience from her upbringing, academic interdisciplinary training and travels, Touati seeks to bring more understanding to the community about interculturalism, and is also dedicated to the conservation of Arab heritage.
William Dietz, M.a.
Vice President and Editor
William has more than 25 years’ experience teaching English language, English for Academic Purposes, and English academic writing to international students in Japan, Morocco, and the Middle East. He holds degrees in philosophy and education, and is an experienced editor of academic texts.
Samia and her husband Karim William are world traveling educators who love to share their experiences from their international teaching, trips, and living in Asian, Middle Eastern and North African countries while creating cultural bridges between the East and West.