Bouchra Rahmouni - Africa Business School
Head of Social Innovation Lab - UM6P & Full Professor & Coordinator of Diversity Research Stream at Africa Business School - UM6P


Bouchra RAHMOUNI holds a Doctorate in International Economy from Mohammed V University Rabat Co under the supervision Prof. Michael Huberman of Montreal University in Canada. She is Professor of Geo Economy, Internationalization of companies and social entrepreneurship.
She is an international affiliated Professor at New York University (Risk of Finance Engineering department) in the USA, as well as visiting professor at Holy Spirit University in Lebanon. Bouchra is a distinguished Professor of Geopolitics at Grenoble School of Management in France. Additionally she serves as an visiting professor at International Trade and Law Institute of Pusan National University in South Korea.
For 25 years, she has been combining research, pedagogy and consulting to promote women economic empowerment and social entrepreneurship in Africa.


Femme et entrepreneur, c’est possible
Géopolitique de la Méditerranée
ATLANTIC CURRENTS: An Annual Report on Wider Atlantic Perspectives and Patterns

Business experiences in similar programs

As expert and professor, Bouchra RAHMOUNI has been involved in many steering committees, Design Thinking Group, Working Group,, Advisory Councils of many initiatives launched by prestigious International & Regional Institutions especially in two main themes : 1- Strengthening Capacity Development Effectiveness for Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development in Africa, 2 – Economic & social evolution of Mediterranean area

Her expertise :
Bouchra RAHMOUNI continues to build strong expertise in strategic issues related to disruptions on the African-Mediterranean-European axis feeding the base of prospective analysis.
She also has expertise in topics related to social innovation and its contribution to the resolution of societal and environmental issues in Africa.

Examples of institutions with which she has collaborated

African Bank for Development, United Nations Population Fund, Institut Européen de la Méditerranée , United Nations, International Peace Institute, Policy Center for the New South.