Mohamed Biyjeddiguene, born and raised in Agadir, is a cultural practitioner based in Casablanca, Morocco. He has worked for associations and music festivals, as project coordinator and communication manager, notably at Clarté Ambition Courage, Atlas Electronic and more recently the Racines Carrées cultural Incubator. He co-founded the Moroccan Association of Electronic Music (AMME), which aims to promote Amazigh heritage and electronic music, by implementing popular education projects such as Abtal Digital; as well as research & documentation, archiving and musical production projects through Tekchbila. In 2018, he received extensive training in cultural project management. He is also a graduate of the “CCP in Strengthening Civil society” programme implemented by Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen (IFA).