Hadia Zarzour is a founding member and the Vice President of Syrian Community Network; a non profit organization that focuses on supporting the Syrian refugees in their resettlement in the Chicagoland area. Hadia is also a co-founder of Insan; an international non profit organization which was founded in 2012 and is dedicated to providing psychosocial and spiritual support to Syrian refugee children and adults in Syria’s neighboring countries; Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey. Hadia is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who came to the US in 2009 on a Fulbright Scholarship to pursue her Masters in Community Counseling. She has a Bachelor degree in Psychology and a Diploma in Education from Damascus University, Syria. She enjoyed her eight year teaching experience in her home country where she taught English as a second language to school students and Introduction to Psychology to university students. Since receiving her Masters in 2011 from Loyola University Chicago, Hadia has been working with refugees, immigrants and the underserved from different parts of the globe. She has recently been certified in Global Refugee Trauma from Harvard University.