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by Driss Temsamani

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ISBN:
1425918514
ISBN13:
978-1425918514
Author:
Driss Temsamani
Publisher:
AuthorHouse (February 13, 2006)
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Pages:
180 pages
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1446 kb
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1862 kb
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Memoirs
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4.8

Driss R. Temsamani (Arabic: إدريس التمسماني‎; born 1966) is a Moroccan American author, community organizer, and Head of Marketing & Strategic Planning for Citigroup Latin America and the Caribbean.

Driss R. Temsamani was born in Tangier, Morocco. He is the grand son of General Driss Riffi Temsamani who was named Pasha of the Rif Republic in 1926 then Asila, Larache and Tetuan. Temsamani is a Moroccan American author, community organizer, and Head of Marketing & Strategic Planning for Citigroup Latin America and the Caribbean. Driss emigrated to the United States in 1986. where he established TelQuel Magazine. Years later, Temsamani enrolled himself in business studies. Temsamani writes about a broad range of topics. In 2004, he was one of the first Moroccan Americans to publish a book in the United States along with Laila Lalami. His book Rewind, a drama story of the human spirit"s struggle to find happiness while away from home, was released in 2005. Temsamani Book Signing Event 1. mtribeproducer. Temsamani’s books. Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author. Temsamani (إدريس التمسماني; born 1966) is a Moroccan American author, community . In 2004, he was one of the first Moroccan Americans to publish a book in the United States along with

His book Rewind, a drama story of the human spirit's struggle to find happiness while away from home, was . Back in 2003, Temsamani co-founded the Morocco.

His book Rewind, a drama story of the human spirit's struggle to find happiness while away from home, was released in 2005. As a marketing strategist, Temsamani has participated in many industry conferences lecturing about and promoting the theories of "DNA Marketing" and the "Art of Marketing"  . Back in 2003, Temsamani co-founded the Morocco Foundation

About Rewind I started writing Rewind on my birthday, in December of 2004. I was having breakfast at my home in Miami

About Rewind I started writing Rewind on my birthday, in December of 2004. About Rewind I started writing Rewind on my birthday, in December of 2004. I was having breakfast at my home in Miami. Seated on my balcony that overlooked the bay, awash in blues, I was suddenly struck by the urge to write something about myself, about the events in my life, some good, some bad, but all contributing to who I was at that moment.

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Driss Temsamani is the recipient of The Jerry Goldenberg First place award for direct marketing in 2002 and The Strathmore Who’s Who Leadership Millennium Award in 2000. He was named Visionary of the Year by Compaq in 1999.

His book Rewind, a drama story of the human spirit's struggle to find happiness while away from home, was released in 2005. Laila Lalami is a Moroccan-American novelist and essayist. After earning her first degree in Morocco, she received a fellowship to study in the United Kingdom (UK), where she earned an MA in linguistics. Driss Temsamani is the recipient of The Jerry Goldenberg First place award for direct marketing in 2002 and The Strathmore Who’s Who Leadership Millennium Award in 2000.

Driss Temsamani is involved with the Moroccan American community on a broad range of social and advocacy topics. Back in 2003, Temsamani co-founded the Morocco Foundation Temsamani has been. Back in 2003, Temsamani co-founded the Morocco Foundation Temsamani has been President and Board Director of the Moroccan American Coalition since 2008. Later in 2009, he founded the Moroccan Americans for Fritchey Movement

About Rewind I started writing Rewind on my birthday, in December of 2004. , I was having breakfast at my home in Miami. Seated on my balcony that overlooked the bay, awash in blues, I was suddenly struck by the urge to write something about myself, about the events in my life, some good, some bad, but all contributing to who I was at that moment. I poured another cup of coffee and began to write a story I called Rewind. It turned out to be a metaphor of my life. In the story, I am a leaf on a branch of a strong tree growing next to a pond. It's a parable about my upbringing in Tangiers, Morocco. Tangiers is in the very north of the country, where the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean converge at the Straits of Gibraltar. Maybe that's what prompted me to write the story in the first place. Like that tree, I grew up with a view of water, met lots of characters who taught me about life, and migrated from place to place in search of a home. This volume is the product of that labor.