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Rafah Abuinnab, a native of Jordan, studied Psychology and Sociology at the University of Jordan, Amman. She later earned a MS in Organization Development and Training from Loyola University in Chicago, in concentration on Coaching. Currently, she is finishing her second master’s degree in Arabic studies at DePaul University.
Rafah Abuinnab teaches Arabic language in the beginners, intermediate and advanced levels with an emphasis on the culture. She has extensive experience in teaching Modern Standard Arabic as well as the Levantine colloquial.
Rafah Abuinnab loves to read Arabic novels, watch movies and music. She was awarded the King Fahd Translation of Arabic Literature Award for translating the novel The World Through the Eyes of Angels in 2010.