Mina Akhabbasse is from Morocco precisely from the region of Essaouira. She had a Bachelor’s degree in English Studies and Linguistics from Ibn Zohr University in Agadir. Her research paper was about the effect of the predictive technique on student performance: spelling and content. Concerning professional experience Mina had an internship in a private school “YOUSSRA institution” in Agadir as an assistant teacher. She is active in volunteer work and first joined the Happy Children Association, which deals with children in rural areas. After one year of serving in this association, she became the first Councilor of the Happy Children Association. Then she joined a number of associations e.g. Charity Sanad Alajial Agadir, and Jinan Alkhayr Club. After three years of voluntary work Mina and her two friends created a club called TIFAWTIME club which mainly serves in different areas of volunteering. Now Mina is having an outstanding journey with CorpsAfrica/Maroc leading the change in rural communities.