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Hana Elghoul is a freelance localization and data research specialist for Google, a role she holds in tandem with her PhD studies in English Linguistics. Her graduate research investigates the universal ethical and intertextual dilemma of plagiarism in academic writing across genres from a functional linguistic perspective. An active participant in civil society, Hana is a member of the Regional Chamber of Women Entrepreneurs in Sfax, Tunisia, which advocates for the role of women in economic life by helping them with launching projects or else expanding impact of existing projects. Passionate about the use of technology to further one’s education, Hana enrolled in an online course in Project Management and received a micro-master’s degree issued by the Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

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