In its second edition, the Women Professionals Summit honored a group of female ministers, including Dr. Hala Al-Said, Minister of Planning and Economic Development, Dr. Rania Al-Mashat, Minister of International Cooperation, and Dr. Maya Morsi, President of the National Council for Women.
Notably, in the early hours of its activities, the summit honored Dr. Neveen Al-Kilany, Minister of Culture, among the top 50 most influential women, considerably one of the most important and prestigious annual awards in Egypt.
The ministers received the “Ambassadors of Change and Gender Equality” award for their vital role in supporting the Egyptian Vision 2030, promoting women’s empowerment, and providing opportunities for all groups to build the Egyptian person.
The new session of the summit, organized by the Top 50 Women Forum in partnership with the National Council for Women (NCW) and Amwal Al-Ghad Economic Magazine of the United Media Services Company (UMS), kicked off on Sunday under the slogan (Empower Women to Empower Egypt).
Its activities focused on women’s leadership and empowerment, supporting and consolidating the role of Egyptian women in public life in general, exchanging experiences and views on best practices and corrective measures to put issues of importance to women on national, local, and media agendas, as well as universities, schools, civil society institutions, and think tanks concerned with culture and arts, in light of global developments and conditions that require enhancing the acceleration of the sustainable development goals.