Joined 8 years ago from Saudi Arabia - Jeddah
Nadeem Koudsi is a pharmacist, a salesman for highly sophisticated medical equipment and a freelance writer.
He is also a compassionate supporter of peace and human rights. He believes in equality for all humankind.
Koudsi holds a bachelor degree in pharmacy from Jordan University of Science and Technology.
He was recognized as being the best achiever -in terms of revenue and percentage- two years on a raw out of the three years he spent with AMICO. He is now holding a position of a sales consultant at a medical equipment company for high-end ophthalmology products.
Koudsi started freelance writing early 2015. His main goal for now is to be a published author with a recognized name in writing science fiction. While his dream is that people google his name to read about him.
He is now working on a science fiction novel called "Fear" that is scheduled to finish by the end of October.
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