Mona Makkawi – EMBA, HR Expert, Consultant and Business Trainer

Mona Makkawi - Founder Konsult.

  Mona Makkawi, is an Ambitious and determined professional who demonstrated an exceptional passion for learning and transferring knowledge to others with a strong belief, that elevating others and helping them reach their full potentials will advance oneself. Mona’s exposure to different sectors and industries throughout her 18+ years of experience enabled her,  to build a solid Read More

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Aneeqa Rana-Global Education Consultant

Aneeqa Rana

Aneeqa Rana-Global Education Consultant & eLearning Expert Aneeqa is a Pakistani-born American woman with an eclectic background. She has spent about half of her life in the United States and a half living and working in the Indian Subcontinent, the Middle East, and Africa. She is a reflective, tenacious, life-long learner and a self-starter, with Read More

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Women on Academic Boards: Sought after or Imposed?

women on boards

  Women on Academic Boards: Sought after or Imposed? Higher Education (HE) institutions are the main source of knowledge because of the very essence of their existence; they are expected to set the path to exemplary practices, more specifically towards the endorsement of female talent across top decisional positions. In HE leadership, gender is not Read 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 Read More

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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 Read More

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PepsiCo and Ajialouna’s Tomooh Marks 16 Years of Supporting Youth

PepsiCo Ajialouna

  PepsiCo Inc., in partnership with Ajialouna, a local non-profit organization, announced the launch of its Tomooh scholarship program for 2021, celebrating 16 years of supporting disadvantaged Lebanese youths in pursuing higher education. The program was initially launched in 2006 after Saad Abdul-Latif, the then PepsiCo Chief Executive Officer for Asia, Middle East & Africa, Read More

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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 Read More

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Can Learning How To Bake Bread Save Lives?

Breast Cancer

  The recipe to fight breast cancer exists, it’s called the “Bread Exam“. On October  6th, NGOs, doctors, and influencers,  all published a bread recipe video, asking a simple question “Have you baked bread?”. At first glance, this video looks like any other bread recipe, but it actually offers a double reading: the gestures used Read More

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Feel Naturally Balanced at lipHe

Naturally Balanced at LipHe

Feel Naturally Balanced at lipHe Nestled in a stunning piece of land in Kfarhata, North Lebanon, and surrounded by outstanding natural beauty, lipHe is a boutique wellness retreat which has been inspired by a combination of naturally balanced elements of this picturesque region. The first of its kind in the Middle East, lipHe aims to Read More

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