Board members

In service since 2017, please meet Dar Si Hmad’s board members:

Dr. Aissa Derhem

Dr. Aissa Derhem

President

President Aissa Derhem brings an intimate knowledge of the South while his scientific background informs all of our projects. A Phd in mathematics and one of the heir to Si-Hmad Derhem, Aissa’s imprint is in each and every project and he works tirelessly to promote the values of the organization both nationally and internationally.

Mme. Nadia Berrada,

Mme. Nadia Berrada,

Treasurer

Nadia Berrada – After 12 years of international experience in management control within multinational companies, Nadia joined the international NGO CARE France. Following this experience, she then joined Médecins Sans Frontières, Switzerland, where she held various posts at the Headquarters as well as in the field in Africa and the Middle East. In 2015, Nadia founded Résilliance, an organization that works for the environmental, economic and social regeneration of rural areas in Morocco. She finds there is a lot of affinity with DSH’s work.

Dr. Malika Abentak

Dr. Malika Abentak

Assessor

Ph.D in Information Sciences and Communication, Malika is a training coach in personal development. Her enthusiasm for personal development has allowed her to help others realize their full potential. Having contributed as a trainer to DSH’s RISE program, she wanted to contribute to the dynamism of the association and the gifts it gives to the others.

Mr. Farid Bennis

Mr. Farid Bennis

Assessor

Originally from England, Farid returned to his Moroccan roots back in 2008. After real estate experiences in Casablanca and Marrakech, Farid finds his passion in oils ( Argan et al.) and local products from the south of the Kingdom. His love for this region and his commitment to creating valued and ethically-based business ventures have brought him to Dar Si Hmad.

Mme Tamima Derhem

Mme Tamima Derhem

Secretary General

With a Moroccan father and a Quebecois mother, Tamima grew up in Quebec. Her youth is shaped by elite sports and her summer trips are reserved for the paternal side of the family. It was only after completing her university studies in law and management that Tamima decided to settle in Morocco. Tamima works in the field of local products and is involved in the development of this southern region.