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Imane Mabrouk is the NYC Newcomer Navigator at NPNA, where she helps connect new arrivals in New York City to NPNA member organizations, local government partners, and other community-based organizations. Imane is deeply passionate and enthusiastic about facilitating the integration of newcomers into both New York City and across the nation. Drawing from a diverse background spanning migrant rights advocacy, workforce development, and financial inclusion, Imane brings a wealth of expertise to her role. 

Imane was born in Fes, Morocco and grew up in Atlanta, Georgia. She graduated from Princeton University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Affairs and a certificate in Near Eastern Studies. She is finishing up her Master of International Affairs at Columbia University, where she focuses on economic and digital development.

Languages spoken: English, Arabic, Spanish, French