Bareeq joined the IPS team in January 2012. Prior to working at CHOP, Bareeq worked in community organizing for local non-profit organizations such as Playgrounds for Palestine, the Network of Arab-American Professionals of Philadelphia, and the Committee of Seventy. Having achieved her undergraduate degree in Business Management at Rowan University, she boats a very clientele-focused mentality. Her customer service skills in the consumer banking industry as well as her language skills help in meeting the needs of CHOP's international patients and their families.
Bareeq is a Palestinian-American, born in Kuwait, and has spent most of her life in America. She enjoys volunteering for local charities in Philadelphia and hopes to continue making a positive impact on the world around her. Her passion is helping people in need by working in humanitarian and development work, specifically in the Middle East region because of her Arabic language skills.
Bareeq is currently obtaining her Master's degree in Strategic and Organizational Communication at Temple University and looks forward to the amazing opportunities that lie ahead with the IPS team at CHOP.
Education and Training
Undergraduate DegreeBS in Business Management - Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ
Titles and Academic Titles
International Access Coordinator
Patient Experience Ratings
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