Dr. Abderrahmane Lahlou
Founder, Mundiapolis University, Morocco
Dr. Abderrahmane Lahlou is one of the key leaders in the field of academic and schools management in both Morocco and France and is the founder of Mundiapolis University in Casablanca, the first private University in the Kingdom of Morocco which developed exclusive academic partnerships with leading international universities and Colleges.
He is also the founder of Al Madina International Schools in Casablanca and a founder, member and a Deputy Manager of Al Falah, a Moroccan Textile Company.
With a strong track record in teaching in several universities in France and Morocco, he is currently professor of Management in Mundiapolis University and visiting professor at Bordeaux Institute for Political Sciences.
He was also one of the founding leaders of “Forces Citoyennes”, a Moroccan social liberal party, through which he is taking an active part to the recent democratic expansion in Morocco. In parallel, he founded, and contributed to, several associations and NGOs in fields such as culture and identity, ethical economics and ethical investment and banking.
He is the author of two books on Education and Participative Banking. He presented papers and addresses in several international scientific and academic conferences.
Dr. Lahlou obtained his Master’s degree in Management from IAE, France, and his Ph.D in Strategic Management from Grenoble University, France.