Wasabi is a media and communications company dedicated to creating platforms for public debate, community building, and open expression, with a specialization in event management, public relations, and video production.
We offer services ranging from nonprofit program implementation to large scale events to public relation campaigns. We invite you to explore our previous projects below to get an idea of our diverse offerings and many accomplishments.
Houssem is an experienced manager of media, social, and cultural projects, particularly those dedicated to promoting the free exchange of ideas. Houssem is also co-founder of Cogite Coworking Space, the first coworking space in Tunisia, and curator of TEDxCarthage. Houssem recently served as the Director of the Media Center for Tunisia’s historic 2014 parliamentary and presidential elections.
Kevin Coyne is a program director with Wasabi, and specializes in non-profit project implementation and evaluation. Kevin has a degree in international affairs from the George Washington University in Washington D.C. and has been based Tunisia since 2013.
Katie works as a project manager for Wasabi. She previously worked at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the American University in Cairo. Katie graduated from Columbia University with a double major in Political Science and Middle Eastern studies.
Amani is the Communication and Outreach Officer at Wasabi. She received a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a diploma in Media and Communication from the American University of Beirut. She is a MEPI-Tomorrow’s Leader program alumna and she had worked extensively on the Syrian refugees crisis in Lebanon.
Ghada is a project assistant at Wasabi. Previously, she worked with the Tunisian startup Neoshop; she also has a medical background and works as a podiatrist. Ghada holds a degree in podiatry from L’institut de la santé et du bien etre.
Yasmin is the Omidyar Network International Fellow at Wasabi. Yasmin received her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a minor in Modern Languages from Stanford University.