Define your own comfort level.
Yasmin has traveled the world at a young age. She has family everywhere and believed that she could live anywhere. She traveled from place to place and has embraced the fact that she didn't belong in any of those places, but absolutely belonged in those places at the same time. Yasmin has been comfortable with being uncomfortable.
Yasmin began her entrepreneurial journey at an early age - renting out her bicycle. Now she is very proud to say that she is both the Co-Founder and Cheif Strategic Officer of Modaris, an international education technology platform business. Modaris provides resources to help connect tutors and students in Qatar, Malaysia, Turkey and Australia. The growth of this company continues. Her second business, Ajeer is a platform to connect freelance workers with opportunities, it is focused on businesses in Qatar and the middle eastern area. This was created to help with the special needs of regional businesses.
Yasmin shares the power of her journey as a woman in business. It has not been an easy journey, but it is changing and women are becoming less oppressed. For a long time Yasmin accepted the discrimination and lack or respect. It is only recently that she has begun to own her power, and is learning to find her inner strenght and stand up for herself. It is empowering to step forward and speak up whe she sees an injustice.
Yasmin hopes that every woman knows if you are a woman in a position of power, then you need to remember it is ok to be a "woman" in this space, you can be kind, gentle, friendly, sensitive and still be a strong female entrepreneur.
You can learn more or reach out to Yasmin by checking her out at Ajeer or Modaris.
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Special thanks to Patrick Thompson for the music and Sam Theriault (my 14 year old son) for video editing.