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Moulaye Haidara - Mali

moulaye_haidara_picture01Moulaye Haidara is originally from Tombouctou, Mali (West-Africa). He was born in Paris, France and grew up in Mali. Moulaye will graduate with a Master in Business administration (MBA) from the University of Maryland University College, Graduate School of Management & Technology in December 2011. Moulaye has been part of the communication team at the National Institute of Health Federal Credit union for 5 years up. From 2010 to today, Moulaye has partnered with Solaris.SA a small business located in Mali providing IT systems and accessories to couple Malian and West African telecommunication companies. Moulaye speaks fluently English, French, Bambara, Sonrhaï, and some local Malian dialects.

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