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The Tunisian United Network (TUN) was founded on uniting Tunisian Americans on a common cause of helping Tunisia build its nascent democracy. TUN is focused on building a strong relationship between the United States and Tunisia based on shared values of freedom, democracy, and respect to human rights.

TUN is keen on strengthening relationships with key lawmakers while serving as an interlocutor advocating for a strategic partnership and lasting U.S.-Tunisia relations.


To date, TUN’s most important advocacy initiative has been drafting a “Dear Colleague” letter addressed to Secretary of State Antony Blinken with Congressman Connolly (D-VA).

Civil society partnerships

TUN hosted a Tunisian parliamentary delegation during their June 21 to June 24, 2022 visit to DC. The delegation engaged with the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, the House Democracy Partnership Commission, five State Department officials and a former U.S. ambassador to Tunisia, as well as representatives from POMED, Carnegie and the Atlantic Council.

Community Engagement

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Our Team

Mongi Dhaouadi

Founder and President

Dhaouadi has over 30 years of experience in designing and managing advocacy and community development and engagement initiatives across the United States and the Middle East.

Hanene Bennasr

Senior Advanced Process Control Engineer,

With over ten years of experience in advanced process control as well as chemical, refining, and upstream processes, Hanene is currently a Senior Advanced Process Control Engineer at Aspen Technology, Inc.
Omar Tabuni

Human rights litigation and advocacy

Omar Tabuni has worked with law firms and non profits on matters rights human rights litigation and advocacy, focusing on bringing justice in favor of the victims of human rights violations and advocating for congress and US government.


Senior Program Officer

Natasha Hryekewicz has a M.A. from George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs, . in International Affairs with a double concentration in U.S. Foreign Policy

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