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Fouad Abou-Rizk: SaaS Professional

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Fouad Abou-Rizk

About Me:

I am a highly organized SaaS app expert seeking a role relating to subjects including data management, operations, and streamlining processes using AI. I excel at planning, organizing, and systematic processes.
My professional experience comes from several B2B and B2C businesses and organizations, including nonprofits.
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How I Work

My most important principles in the workplace are:
Always be honest.
Be proactive and prepared.
Have a designated place for everything, physical and digital.
Work with diligence.
My desire to find the perfect productivity system has led me to learn countless business software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications. I am an expert user of Airtable, ClickUp, Coda, HubSpot, Miro, and Trello.
My favorite app is Coda because it allows me to organize information in any way I want and connect AI to my data with convenience. My full tech stack can be viewed below.
Tech Stack

Resume

I am currently open to remote employment opportunities, particularly related to project management, streamlining workflows, and operations.
Fouad Abou-Rizk Resume.pdf
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Contact Me

Talk to My Chatbots

My Spokesbot

Fouad’s Spokesbot is a conversational AI chatbot that is designed to be my spokesperson, informing users about me, my skills, and my knowledge as a job seeker. Give it a try!
If it asks if you’d like to allow content from a third-party website (), say yes, then the chat embed will appear.

Self-Help Chatbot: My Conscience

While ChatGPT is great, I really wanted a chatbot to give me customized advice. Since its customizability options are limited, I made my own self-help and productivity guide chatbot, preparing all of the advice myself (over 100,000 characters worth). It is a work in progress and is focused on personal advice. I call it my Conscience Chatbot.
If it asks if you’d like to allow content from a third-party website (chatbase.co), say yes, then the chat embed will appear.
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