DAGMAR SYMES, “GROWTH AND COMFORT DO NOT CO-EXIST.”

        Who is Dagmar Symes? She is the General Manager at HILL ROBINSON Project Management.       What helped shape the woman you are today? There are three core parts that best describe me: strength of character, being down to earth and kind, and my spirit for adventure. I was blessed…

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Zeinab Bashier, Working Internationally for Egypt

Zeinab Bashier

  Who is Zeinab Bashier? Zeinab Bashier is a telecom engineer from Egypt, founder, and president of the We Love Egypt For Development Foundation. Why did you call it “We love Egypt for development foundation”? I chose this name because I see a lot of development happening in Egypt. I see growth and new projects…

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Empowering Communities & Voicing Women With Wafa Alobaidat

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Empowering Communities & Voicing Women With Wafa Alobaidat   What inspired you to embark on your journey in coaching? And what are the main traits one must possess to become a coach? I have always been an avid learner. Learning has been a crucial part of building my company. I have found that the more…

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Rita Rhayem: Paving the Way for Women in the Humanitarian World

Humanitarian World

  Rita Rhayem: Paving the Way for Women in the Humanitarian World   What inspired you to embark on this journey in the Humanitarian Field? It was by accident. When searching for a job, I never considered the humanitarian field, until I started working with “Doctors Without Borders”. I discovered a field that leads you…

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Improve Your Work-Life Balance with Kishna Jeantine

work Life Balance

  Improve Your Work-Life Balance with Kishna Jeantine   Kishna, your career flourished after working with your mother in non-profit, where you were drawn to the world of Consultancy, Business Development, and Grant Writing. How has your experience in non-profit affected your career moving forward? My career in non-profit has helped me develop my creative…

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Myrna Trad: A Self-Empowering Journey

  Myrna Trad: A Self-Empowering Journey   Can you talk about one woman who has significantly impacted your life? Do you have a role model? Growing up, my biggest role model was my mother, who – at the time – was a struggling woman who worked day and night to provide for our financially struggling…

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Extreme Feminism: Why are Women Easily Offended Nowadays?

Extreme Feminism

  Extreme Feminism: Why are Women Easily Offended Nowadays?   I’ve heard it and so have you, “We get it, women don’t like it when you offend them today. This has to do with a lot of accumulation on topics related to their rights. But aren’t feminists getting a bit too triggered when you include…

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16+ Years of Compliance With Nadine Ghosn Eid

16+ Years of Compliance With Nadine Ghosn Eid   What does your main role as the Head of Compliance at areeba entail? And what challenges have you faced – or still face – as the first woman in Lebanon to hold a senior position as a compliance executive in the cards industry, with more than…

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Women of Baky: Shaping Hospitality

Baky Hospitality

The driving force behind Baky Hospitality Group’s success lies in the women behind the scenes. This  past month, and every month, we celebrate women, and for Baky Hospitality this means we give a big thanks to all the ladies who help make the workplace better. The Group’s head office employs an equal ratio of males…

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Abeer Saqer – CEO of Memorial International Patient Care Network

Abeer Saqer

  Over the past 25 years, Abeer Saqer has established a bridge between Houston’s thriving medical community to the Middle East and beyond, making the city’s advancements in medicine accessible to people around the globe. Abeer began her career at MD Anderson Cancer Center, where she established the first International Patient Center for service with…

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