Self defense class with Rana Abdelhamid '15 sign-up
Rana Abdelhamid ’15, an internationally recognized human rights advocate with a black belt in Karate, returns to Middlebury where she earned her bachelor’s degree in international politics and economics. She then earned a master's degree in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School public. Currently, Abdelhamid works for Google’s central brand team for Google Cloud. While a student, she founded the nonprofit Malikah, which is aimed at supporting women’s empowerment through self-defense, entrepreneurship, and organized trainings. She has personally conducted trainings in the U.S., Spain, Scotland, Ireland, Jordan, Tunisia, Mexico, and the Dominican Republic. She will teach a self-defense class focused on gender and race-based violence.
Space in this workshop is limited to 60 participants. If more than 60 people sign up, you'll be notified of your status on the waitlist.
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