Iman Dakhil was a Founding Partner and served as Managing Director of INTV, the first Free-to-Air 24 Hour Local English Language Community Television channel in the United Arab Emirates. Iman holds a B.A. from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) in Mass Media and Communications. She is currently residing in London and spent the better part of 2011 working for the Libyan Revolution. Dakhil hopes to help see Libya through the transition of tyrannical dictatorship towards a thriving open market and free thinking society.
Mental RevolutionThe revolution has happened on the ground, now it must take place in the mind. We must transcend quickly from the role of victim of the system to active citizen of the region
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