Fatima Sadiqi is Professor of Linguistics and Gender Studies.
She is affiliated to Harvard University since 2006. She has written extensively on Moroccan languages and Moroccan
women’s issues. She is Editor-in-Chief of
Languages and Linguistics
and serves on the editorial board of the Gender and Language
She has held Fulbright Visiting Scholars at four US universities
and founded the first graduate unit “Gender Studies” in Morocco.
She founded the Centre for Studies and Research on Women at the
university of Fes and is currently President and Founder of the
ISIS Center for Women and Development.
She has initiated many international
on gender/women studies and served on a wide variety of national
and international committees. She organized nine international
conferences on languages and gender issues.
In March 2006, Fatima Sadiqi was nominated by King Mohamed VI to
the eleven Member Board of the Royal Institute for Amazigh
In September 2006, she has been nominated by UN
Secretary-General as one of the 8 women members of the Committee
for Development Policy.
September 2007, she has been nominated Director of the Pôle
Amazigh, BMCE Foundation.
September 2007, Fatima Sadiqi has been nominated Director
General of the
Foundation Esprit de Fes.
In September 2009, she, with Dr.
Moha Ennaji, created the
International Institute of Languages and Cultures
General of the Foundation Esprit de Fes (Spirit of Fes)
Nominated member of the Administrative Council of the Royal Institute of Amazigh Culture
Nominated member of the UN Committee for Development Policy
Director of the Pôle
Amazigh, BMCE Foundation
President of Isis Center for
Women and Development
Affiliated Researcher at Harvard University