After completing high school, Jamila enrolled in a sewing school in Marrakech for two years. After working in the city of Marrakech for a little while, she decided that it would be better to return to Tameslouht to begin sewing. Given the proximity of her work shop to Redwan, she heard about him starting a cooperative and decided to join and she continues to work with Cooperative Liberty to this day. When she isn't working at the cooperative, she can be found teaching at a local association in Tameslouht.
Abdelah was born in 1959 in Merrakech and is the father of five children. He learned the craft if weaving from other local artisans. He moved in 1990 to Tameslouht, a small village, to look for work and a home. Abdelah was the creator of the Liberty Cooperative.