In 2004, Skander was brought into the world in the city of love, Paris. Throughout his childhood, he had the pleasure of experiencing the compellingly contrasting cultures of Tanzania, Tunisia and The Netherlands, progressively becoming enamored with the unique complexity that generates us humans. He founded a youth association in his last two years of highschool, collaborating with the Municipality of The Hague and UN-affiliated organizations. Having obtained a bilingual International Baccalaureate Diploma in The Hague, Skander swiftly made his move to LSE, fascinated by the power unlocked by being a student of Economics. This, paired with his obsession with investments, naturally led him to joining AIC, learning and growing with the brightest minds in a pursuit of increasingly visionary objectives. In his free time, Skander derives joy in many facets of his life ranging from reading Dostoyevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov, coding a few excessively ambitious programs and hopefully attending Boiler Rooms (hopefully David Solomon’s soon).