Mursal Ayobi is a student of Psychology at the American University of Central Asia (AUCA) and concentrating in Counselling, based in Bishkek, Afghanistan. In this role as a Research Assistant, Mursal Ayobi’s main tasks are collecting the data, analyzing the data, and supporting the research.
Mursal joined Philia because she has always believed women’s potential for empowerment and leadership development.
Previously, she has volunteered as a project leader in the Development clinic, AUCA, to organize Youth Empowerment, and in Young Leaders’ Association to organize Youth Leadership Development Summit in Afghanistan. The main purpose of such projects was to equally engage both males and females and develop their leadership skills together. Furthermore, she has attended “Women and Leadership during COVID-19” course offered by the Bard College in order to increase her knowledge about women’s leadership and to empower her own skills.
In addition to her interest in leadership, Mursal is an active member of the Research Team at her university in the department of Psychology, and she is a tutor at the Writing and Academic Resource Center (AUCA). Previously, Mursal joined a case study of a child with special needs and she was awarded with a certificate of recognition for her in-depth exploration of the topic of children with special needs.