The Three Keys to Survival and Entrepreneurship From Genocide Survivor and Educator Emad Rahim

By Steve Mariotti (Huffington Post)
January 27, 2014

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Get a double dose of inspiration from two amazing dyslexics featured in this article—one the subject, and interviewee, Emad Rahim, and the other, the author and interviewer, Steve Mariotti.

Steve Mariotti is a leading expert in youth entrepreneurship education, and founder of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship. Read more about him by clicking here.

He interviewed Emad Rahim about his journey from a child in a Cambodian concentration camp to an award-winning entrepreneur and educator.

In spite of struggling with dyslexia and street violence as a youth, Rahim found a way to embrace education. He tells Mariotti, “At SUNY Empire State College I received guided mentorship and support in my education and, three years later, graduated. I realized that I was not ‘disabled,’ but was fully capable, given the right learning environment, support and guidance from the faculty.”

Read more in the full article on the Huffington Post.

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