Faculty and Staff:
Intercultural Service, Leadership, and Management
Learning and Professional Development Advising - Part 1
Learning and Professional Development Advising - Part 2
Social Identity: Exclusion and Inclusion
Mokhtar received a doctorate in education and leadership studies from Franklin Pierce University in New Hampshire. He also holds an MEd in education for social justice from Keene State College in New Hampshire and an MA in service, leadership, and management from SIT Graduate Institute. Additionally, he has a BA in English language and literature from Qadi Ayyad University in Marrakech, Morocco. Mokhtar is the instructional technologist for SIT Graduate Institute and SIT Study Abroad, programs of World Learning, supporting online and blended programs. He collaborated in the design and implementation of SIT’s Master of Arts in TESOL low-residency program. Mokhtar has served as an academic director with SIT Study Abroad and as a coordinator and program development specialist at the Center for Cross Cultural Learning in Rabat, Morocco. He designed and directed many exchange programs including programs with The Experiment in International Living and Elderhostel Morocco. He has advised SIT students and Fulbright scholars and has taught Tamazight (Berber) and Moroccan Arabic for Peace Corps Morocco and at the Center for Cross Cultural Learning. He has been an Arabic instructor at SIT Graduate Institute, where he helped redesign the Arabic program for graduate students. Mokhtar has written and lectured about Amazigh (Berber) culture, history, current issues, and art. He is also an artist and a researcher on indigenous issues.