Expats of Qatar2021-04-01T17:25:20+03:00

Expats of Qatar

Kayte Rico (Portugal / United Kingdom)

  "After finishing my degree in Portugal and the UK I worked in various positions in both countries connected with hospitality, innovative technology and as a Sales Director for a digital technology company in London. I really wanted to see more of the world, though, so I came to Doha [...]

May 11th, 2021|

Kim Wyatt (Australia)

I have always been interested in travel and culture. I was nine years old when I first travelled to Papua New Guinea – an island country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. Since then, I’ve travelled to over twenty countries and lived on five continents. I grew up in Australia – [...]

May 3rd, 2021|

Saniya (India)

  “Me with a flustered smile: I’ve nothing so interesting to tell you about myself. And then the interviewer told me – “Girl you’re an introvert out of your shell now – you’ve discovered painting & baking, done photoshoots, run a blog page, attend PR events.” And that's when I [...]

April 29th, 2021|

David Key (United Kingdom)

  “I moved here from the U.K with my family in 2013, just before the summer kicked in. The thing that’s incredibly good about Doha is how welcoming everyone around us was when we got here, and how it continues to be like that now. The beauty of Qatar is [...]

April 21st, 2021|

Jennifer (Lebanon)

Qatar made me who I am today - a hardworking, self-made, adventurous, happy person. Coming from Lebanon, a very beautiful country but with few to no basic human rights like electricity, water, safety, or even the opportunity to live a good life, Doha has been my first ‘home’ for the [...]

April 15th, 2021|

Matthijs Bos (Netherlands)

  I believe that we as people who are privileged enough to have received education and experience, we can always help other people, especially the ones working with us. Helping by developing skills, helping career-wise, but above all treat all humans with respect and dignity. I always say that whatever [...]

April 5th, 2021|