Amina Simour was born in Idaoutghma village near Essaouira city. She went to the dormitory at a very early age and was able to continue her studies until the university, unlike the majority of the girls in her village. She graduated from Ibn Zohr University with a Bachelor’s degree in English linguistics. Her bachelor’s research was about translation, she translated two Amazigh tales into the English language. She also holds a certificate in First Aid and Security. Concerning professional experience she had an internship in a private school “Youssra Institution” as an assistant teacher. Moreover, She loves volunteering, but she did not find a place where she can practice her passion for that reason she created the “Tifawt Time Club” with her friends. In addition, she is an active member of many nonprofit organizations like the Happy Children Association, The National Association for Development and International Collaboration (ANDCI), and Junior Chamber International. Now she is twenty-one years old, and she is going to be a volunteer with CorpsAfrica Cohort 7 this year hoping to give a hand to the community where she will volunteer, Amina is highly motivated for this experience.