Mohammed Benjelloun is a State engineer in Civil Engineering, graduate of the Hassania School of Public Works in Casablanca in 1998. He joined the Ministry of the Interior as a municipal engineer from 1998 until 2005. During this period, he managed a set of projects in the city and participated in the cooperation program with the Japanese Government where a training course was carried out in Akita prefecture (Northern Japan) between 2003 and 2004.After this very valuable experience, in May 2005, he went on to join Al Omrane Group as Head of housing and city policy projects where he ensured the monitoring and completion of a number of urban centers. He then was promoted as Branch Manager (Project Management Unit) in 2007 where he supervised several regions (Taza – Taounate -Fez – Moulay-Yaakoub).After a successful experience in the field and given his commitment towards developing the activity of Al Omrane Group, he joined a large subsidiary of the Group as Deputy General Manager where he was able to manage its activity, which represents 40% of the Group’s and also participate in the major reform projects undertaken by the Management Board from 2012 to 2015. Afterwards, he continued managing activities and in particular the strategic programs (City program without slums, social housing, and the urban upgrading of neighborhoods under-equipped) in the company of Meknes which is another important subsidiary of the Group.In 2019, and in order to comply with the regional administrative division, he participated in the process of the merger of two subsidiaries Fez and Meknes and the creation of a new one in the Drâa-Tafilalet region where he provides General Management to date.Thanks to his professional and managerial capacities, this subsidiary is today considered a privileged operator of the State not only in terms of carrying out housing projects but also in improving the living conditions of the population.