Journalist, based in Libya
Houda Mzioudet is co-author of the Brookings Doha Center's February 2014 Brookings Doha Center - Stanford Paper titled "Personnel Change or Personal Change? Rethinking Libya’s Political Isolation Law." Mzioudet is responsible for the elite interviews.
Houda Mzioudet covered the first democratic elections in Tunisia, the liberation of Tripoli in August 2011, the first democratic elections in Libya, and other events in both Tunisia and Libya. Prior to the Tunisian Revolution, Mzioudet worked as professor of cultural studies and translation studies in the University of Tunis and the Central Private University in Tunis, and taught Arabic as part of the U.S. State Department Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Program at Christopher Newport University in Virginia.