Meet USCRI Vermont’s New Office Manager, Rawa Hasan

By USCRI September 13, 2021

Hello my name is Rawa Hasan and I’m USCRI Vermont’s new Office Manager. I have been working with USCRI Vermont since 2017 as an Arabic Interpreter. I have deep understanding of refugee and immigrant issues as I was once a refugee myself. I immigrated with my family to the U.S. from Baghdad, Iraq in 2008 and was welcomed by USCRI Vermont with open arms. Since then, I have been working on immersing myself in immigrant communities through interpreting and community outreach.

I obtained a degree in Business Administration in Baghdad which has embedded in me the skills of leadership, management, and teamwork, all of which I hope to continue to integrate with my work with USCRI. Through my work as an interpreter, I have developed skills and connections to best serve new arrivals and refugee families.

I am very excited to work to ensure all new arrivals and refugee families are supported on their journey to self-sufficiency and become a addition to Vermont’s success.

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