Kenza M'haimdat ’21

Kenza M'haimdat
Kenza is a junior from Casablanca, Morocco, studying International Relations & Environmental Studies, and is interested in international affairs and agricultural sustainability.

In the summer of 2019, Kenza worked as a Marketing and Communication intern at SOWIT, an agritech startup based in Casablanca and Paris that uses precision agriculture in the African continent. At Wellesley, Kenza is the co-president of the Wellesley Arab Women Association (WAWA), organizing school-wide events related to the Middle East and North Africa. She also works at the Davis Museum as a student visitor assistant. Kenza went abroad during her junior fall semester with the School of International Training’s International Honors Program, studying about Food Systems, Agriculture, Sustainability and Justice. Kenza speaks French, Arabic, English and Spanish, and learned Russian basics before participating in the Wellesley expedition at Lake Baikal in Siberia. After graduation, Kenza aims to get a masters in International Affairs or an MBA, focusing on sustainability, with the future goal of opening a consulting firm in Morocco working on social and environmental issues.