Born into a Moroccan Berber family, as a child she learned not only the Berber language but also the Arabic language. Attending schools in Morocco, she learned Arabic and French as a child.
At the age of 15 she came to Italy and continued her studies in Modena, had the opportunity to carry out internships in socio-educational fields with children, the elderly and the disabled, and in 2013 she graduated as a social services technician. She carried out the civil service in an after-school program in Modena in 2014, working with children and teenagers from the Modena schools.
In 2017 she graduated in cultural sciences and in 2020 she obtained the master’s degree in anthropology and history of the contemporary world at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. Her goal is to bring together her passion for history and languages.