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Nora Jendoubi is a partner at Maslow Development Inc., a non-profit real estate development company that co-designs and develops community ecosystems anchored by high-quality schools.
Nora studied International Relations and Economics at Stanford University and developed a background in economic development and design. Her experiences working at the World Health Organization, conducting political science research at Stanford, and helping expand internet access in Sub-Saharan Africa at Google led her to become interested in innovations that are transformative in scale. As a Teach for America Corps Member and 7th-grade math teacher in one of San Francisco’s largest public middle schools, Nora became dedicated to disrupting systemic poverty through the lens of education.
Prior to joining Maslow, Nora was a Coro Fellow, which exposed her to the inner workings of government, non-profit, and for-profit organizations through consultancy project rotations. To link systemic community change to what happens inside the classroom, Nora pivoted into the community development space and joined Maslow in the summer of 2017.