Report from Washington says, Women Innovators (Win) Fellowship Program has celebrated the graduation of the first batch of Saudi Businesswomen.
The ceremony was reportedly held in the presence of Prince Mosab Bin Mohammed Bin Farhan, Deputy Chief Mission, on behalf of the Saudi Ambassador Princess Reema Bint Bandar.
The WIn Fellowship Program is part of the Atlantic Council’s empowerME Initiative in cooperation with Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business with support from United States Embassy in Riyadh, UPS, and PepsiCo and the American Chamber of Commerce Saudi Arabia’s Women in Business Committee.
The program lasted for one year from March 2022 to March 2023, during which participating Saudi women were enabled to improve their skills, increase their practical knowledge and build networks with individuals and the business community in the USA and Saudi Arabia.
The first batch included Rawan Al-Kharboosh, founder and CEO of a Biotechnology Company, Renad Al-Jafry, CEO of a company specialized in creating job opportunities for people with disabilities in healthcare industry and Sarah Binladen, woman entrepreneur and data analysis specialist. — SPA
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