Rania Abdalla selected as one of the Top 50 Most Influential Women in Egypt for the year 2020! This award is given annually to women with exceptional achievements and leadership potentials, and who were able to make significant contributions to the socio-economic and development sectors in Egypt, throughout 2020.
Top 50 Most Influential Women in Egypt
It is with great pleasure to announce that Rania Abdalla, Founder & Managing Director of Aspire HR Consultants Egypt and IRC Executive Board Member, has been selected as one of the Top 50 Most Influential Women in Egypt for the year 2020.
The "Top 50 Most Influential Women Forum" is the first platform in Egypt that addresses issues of women technocrats, with the purpose of enhancing their contribution to the decision-making process at both central and provincial levels. The forum is meant to enhance socio-economic development from the perspective of women professional leaders capable of bringing gender-related issues on top of the political agenda in Egypt. This is expected to pay back, at a later stage, on improving the living standard of less advantaged women in urban and rural areas.
This award is given annually to women with exceptional achievements and leadership potentials, and who were able to make significant contributions to the socio-economic and development sectors in Egypt, throughout 2020.
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