Yassine Elakhdar is from Meknes City in the Mid-Atlas region. He holds a master’s degree in International Studies and Diplomacy from Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane and a bachelor’s degree in English Studies and Linguistics from Moulay Ismail University in Meknes. Additionally, he holds a second black belt in martial arts, a diploma in the tourism industry, and a certificate in First Aid and Security. He wrote several research papers in his academic pursuit. His Master’s thesis was about the war of words in political relations concerning the 2019 Amazon fires, and his Bachelor’s thesis was about enhancing speaking skills through cooperative learning. He actively participated in several university clubs namely Model United Nations, Hand in Hand, Moroccan Politics Club, and UNICEF. He was the co-founder of the orchestra club at Al Akhawayn University and served as its first treasurer. He also had experience working on sustainable projects that promote local cooperatives in the region of Ifrane as well as experience in construction project management in Meknes. He adores discovering novel cultures and blending in with new people. As a CorpsAfrica Volunteer, Yassine hopes to be part of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) mainly through promoting literacy and fighting poverty in his local community, and he is very excited to experience this amazing journey serving and providing for under-privileged communities.