Mohamed Amine Zariat is a social entrepreneur in the field of education and inclusion of youth and women through sports and former international basketball player. He has held several leadership positions in several educational organizations in Morocco. He is a graduate of several prestigious schools and institutes such as ISCAE Casablanca, the International Academy of Sports Science and Technology in Switzerland and Stanford University in the United States. He accompanies individuals, teams and organizations as a professional coach specialized in leadership, process communication model and transformational sustainability. He founded TIBU Morocco in 2010 which today has become the NGO Tibu Africa with a wide national and African coverage and a vision to become the locomotive of development through sport in Africa by 2030. In 2018, he was named an Ashoka Fellow thanks to his vision of using sport for education, human development and positive transformation of youth and women. He was selected as one of 80 Global Leaders by the U.S. Department of State following his participation in several programs in the United States between 2013 and 2018.e terrain sur 3 continents.