Maha Abu Shusha elected to represent Palestine in the board of Arab businesswomen

The General Meeting of the Council of Arab Businesswomen has Mrs. Maha Subhi Awad / Abu Shusha chose to represent the State of Palestine, as she was elected during the meeting for the seventh term 2022-2026 as a member of the Board of Directors of Arab Businesswomen.

She addressed the Board of Directors of the Business Women Forum in Palestine; He is proud of the successes of the Palestinian women, who represent Palestine worldwide.

The council said in a brief statement: “We are proud of Mrs. Maha Subhi Awad / Abu Shusha, a founding member and board member of the Business Women Forum, for representing the State of Palestine and as a member of the Arab business was elected. Women’s board.”

In the presence of the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Abu Al Ghaith, Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry, and Ambassador Haifa Abu Ghazaleh, Assistant Secretary-General; The General Authority of the Council of Arab Businesswomen held its meeting for the seventh session 2022-2026 last Thursday in the Andalusian Hall of the League of Arab States.

All members of the General Assembly of the Council of Arab Businesswomen, which she has led since its inception and establishment in September 1999, participated in the meeting, Sheikha Dr. Hessa Saad Al-Abdullah Al-Salem Al-Sabah. A large number of Arab countries participated in the meeting: Kuwait – Bahrain – Oman – United Arab Emirates – Saudi Arabia – Sudan – Yemen – Egypt – Syria – Jordan – Lebanon – Palestine – Iraq – Tunisia – Algeria – Libya – Morocco – and Mauritania. These countries are represented. by a large number of businesswomen, investors, economists and bankers of dignitaries, experts and consultants in the economic, financial and investment fields following the agenda prepared for the meeting. The General Meeting is as follows:

On the agenda of the meeting, a documentary film was shown about the first woman’s voice announcing the announcement of the Arab Businesswomen Council in the League of Arab States, and a documentary film was shown about the march of the Arab Businesswomen Council, and the new members and the old members became acquainted with each other about the name, country and field economic and commercial practice of the members.

The members of the General Authority thanked the previous board of directors for its contribution and role in the upgrading and promotion of the board. The names of candidates for the new elections for the seventh term 2022-2026 were presented, which led to the victory of a large number of Arab businesswomen with a wonderful geographical distribution that included all Arab countries.

Job Name represented by:

1. Sheikha Dr. Hessa Saad Abdullah Al-Salem Al-Sabah, President of the State of Kuwait

2. Senator Leila Mabrouk El Khayat, First Vice President of the Republic of Tunisia

3. Sheikha Hind bint Salman Al Khalifa, Second Vice President of the Kingdom of Bahrain

4. Professor Sonia Khanji, Third Vice President of the Syrian Arab Republic

5. Mrs. Khairiya Abdullah Al-Dashti, Secretary General of the State of Kuwait

6. Mrs. Carmen Zgheib, Financial Secretary of the Lebanese Republic

7. Mrs. Naglaa Adour Azer, Secretary of the Arab Republic of Egypt

8. Ms. Fatiha Othman, Head of the Cultural Committee of the Kingdom of Morocco

9. Ms. Taghreed Al-Nafisi, member of the board of directors of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

10. Sheikha Mariam bint Hamad Al Khalifa, member of the board of directors of the Kingdom of Bahrain

11. Dr. Nadia bint Mustafa Habes, member of the board of directors of the Republic of Algeria

12. Ms Maryam Muhammad Al-Rumaithi, Member of the Board of Directors of the United Arab Emirates

13. Dr. Shafiqa Al-Amri, Member of the Board of Directors of the United Arab Emirates

14. Ms. Samiha Ahmed Al-Gosaibi, Member of the Board of Directors of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Riyadh)

15. Ms Madawi Abdullah Al-Hassoun, Member of the Board of Directors of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Jeddah)

16. Ms. Wedad Yaqoub Suleiman, Member of the Board of Directors of the Republic of Sudan

17. Ms. Noha Abdel Salam Ahmed, Member of the Board of Directors of the Republic of Sudan

18. Ms. Hajar Muhammad Abdul-Ghani, Member of the Board of Directors of the Republic of Iraq

19. Dr. Fayza Farid Ahmed El-Sayed, Member of the Board of Directors of the Arab Republic of Egypt

20. Dr. Mian Wasel Raslan, Member of the Board of Directors of the Arab Republic of Egypt

21. Dr. Sharifa Khalfan Al Yahya, member of the board of directors of the Sultanate of Oman

22. Ms. Maha Sobhi Awwad, member of the board of directors of the State of Palestine

23. Ms. Naglaa Musa Al Shafei, Member of the Board of Directors of the State of Qatar

24. Ms. Ibtisam Hussein bin Amer, member of the board of directors of the State of Libya

25. Dr. Najat Muhammad Jamaan, Member of the Board of Directors of the Republic of Yemen

26. Ms. Aftimat Makiya, member of the board of directors of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania

Honorary members were announced as:

1. Al-Ain Wejdan Al-Talhouni Al-Saket The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

2. Ambassador Nancy Noraz Bakir, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

3. Ms. Salwa Saleh Al Shaibani, United Arab Emirates

4. Sheikha Aisha bint Salman Al Khalifa, Kingdom of Bahrain

5. Sheikha Aisha bint Ali Al Khalifa, Kingdom of Bahrain

6. Ms Mona Gamal Abdel Nasser, Arab Republic of Egypt

7. Ambassador Enas Makkawi, Arab Republic of Egypt

8. Mrs. Rawya Mansour, Arab Republic of Egypt

9. Dr. Zainab Mustafa Al-Ghazali, Arab Republic of Egypt

As for the council’s advisers, they had a stake in the fields in which they specialized, and they had many experiences of permanent and rich giving in the service of society in general and women in particular. They were elected:

1. Dr. Amani Al-Asfoor, Adviser on International Organization Affairs and African Affairs, Arab Republic of Egypt

2. Ms. Sahar Mohamed El-Sallab, Economic Affairs and Investment Adviser, Arab Republic of Egypt

3. Ms. Shahinaz Ahmed Khairy, Adviser for Interior Affairs – Egypt, Arab Republic of Egypt

4. Ms. Asmaa Al-Habashi, Media Advisor to the Council of the Arab Republic of Egypt

5. Ms. Fatima bint Abdullah Al-Radisi, Advisor on Culture and Heritage, Republic of Tunisia

6. Dr. Hana Al-Hilali, Advisor for Small and Medium Enterprises, Arab Republic of Egypt

7. Mrs. Yusra Saleh Al Yafei, Gulf Affairs Adviser, United Arab Emirates

8. Dr. Lulwah Al Mutlaq, Human Development Adviser, Kingdom of Bahrain

As for the coordinators and supporters of the Council and its various activities and events, they were a wonderful elite of those who specialized in the fields of engineering, art and decoration, organizing conferences, marketing and advertising, and they are:

1. Ms. Donia Abdel Latif Alam El Din, Coordinator of Technical Affairs for Conferences, United Arab Emirates

2. Ms. Nabila Mohammed Al-Khair, Coordinator of Fine Arts, Kingdom of Bahrain

3. Ms. Najat Abdullah Al-Dashti, Chairman of the Committee on Exhibitions and Conferences, State of Kuwait

4. Ms. Bushra Abbas Al-Hazeem, Coordinator of Publicity and Marketing Affairs for the State of Kuwait Council

5. Mrs. Jamila Yousef Al-Dawas, Coordinator of Conferences, Exhibitions and Activities, State of Kuwait

6. Ms Maha Amin, Coordinator of Youth Affairs and Entrepreneurship, State of Kuwait

7. Ms. Nihad Al-Fraih, Media Affairs Coordinator for Conferences, State of Kuwait

8. Ms. Rana Ahmed Al-Asaad, Financial Affairs Coordinator for Conferences and Exhibitions, State of Qatar

9. Ms. Sana Abdellatif Alam El Din, Coordinator of Legal Affairs, Republic of Lebanon

10. Ms. Hanan Sabry, Interior Design and Decoration Coordinator, Arab Republic of Egypt

The General Assembly blessed these elections, appreciating the effort that all the sisters will make to serve the Council and upgrade it to be a unique economic entity with its activities, membership, donations and services.

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