Uploaded on Aug 31, 2008
After a tense session, the Moroccan American Coalition elects its president and executive board, a culmination of three years of preparation efforts.
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The Moroccan American Coalition (MAC) held its Third Annual Convention in Denver, Colorado. The event brought together 18 Moroccan Associations and over 100 active community individuals in addition to the local Moroccan community members of Denver, CO. The Moroccan American Coalition event coincided with the Democrat Convention and attracted several Moroccan and American influential speakers:
Ambassador Aziz Mekouar of Morocco to the US - Congressman Jim McDermott (D-WA) - Mr. Mohamed Ameur The Minister of Moroccans Living Abroad - Mr. Mohamed Laenser The General Secretary of Popular Movement in Morocco - Mr. Ahmed Herzenni President of Advisory Council on Human Rights in Morocco - Mr. Abdelaziz Omari Member of the Parliament of Morocco - Mr. Richard Cizik Vice President for Governmental Affairs (NAE).
The Third Moroccan American Coalition event gave conventioneers the opportunity to learn new development on Moroccan policies and how the Moroccan community can play a large role in the USA.
CREATION OF THE MOROCCAN AMERICAN COALITION
DENVER, COLORADO, AUGUST 22nd, 2008 - The Moroccan American Coalition (MAC), was created by the members of the provisional board, represented by several Moroccan Association and active community individuals in the USA who voted by ballot and elected the Executive Officers and Board of Directors. The Moroccan American Coalition's mission is to empower Moroccan Americans to achieve their full potential by unifying over 200,000 growing community members through a platform in which they can leverage their collective assets.
The Moroccan American Coalition Executive Board:
Mr. Driss R. Temsamani, President
Mr. Boubker Abisourour, Vice President
Mr. Abderrahmane Bendahmane, Vice President
Mr. Mohamed Brahimi, ...
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