Learning to CARE
Education, Volunteering, and Community Service
by Dr. Patricia Mihaly Nabti
Association for Volunteer Services

About the Author

Dr. Patricia Mihaly Nabti has experience as an educator at all levels of education: a parent-volunteer at the pre-school level, a bilingual tutor (Arabic-English) at the elementary level, a social studies teacher at the intermediate and secondary school levels, and a professor of cultural anthropology at the university level (Stanford University and the American University of Beirut). Dr. Nabti founded the Association for Volunteer Services in 1998 (licensed in 1999) and has been its President and Director since then. She is a member of Lebanonís National Committee on Volunteering and one of two representatives from Lebanon to the Arab Federation for Voluntary Activities. She has given lectures and workshops on volunteering (in Arabic) in Egypt, Kuwait, and Syria, as well as in Lebanon, and she has given presentations on the basics of the Learning to CARE Program at conferences in Korea, Spain, China, and India. Dr. Nabti has a B.A. in Political Science and an M.A. in Education, both from Stanford University, and a Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology from the University of California, Berkeley. She is a citizen of both Lebanon and the United States, of American origin, and primarily Hungarian descent, and has been a resident of Lebanon since 1992.

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