19th Global WIL Economic Forum with NASEBA

The Naseba Global WIL Economic Forum, endorsed by the Ministry of Economy in the UAE, is bringing together over 600 men and women leaders from both the public and private sectors from around the world. They’re gathering to dissect the challenge of diversity, share experiences and produce actionable strategies to strive for women’s economic empowerment.

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The Naseba Global WIL Economic Forum, endorsed by the Ministry of Economy in the UAE, is bringing together over 600 men and women leaders from both the public and private sectors from around the world.

They’re gathering to dissect the challenge of diversity, share experiences and produce actionable strategies to strive for women’s economic empowerment.

The French Business Council is a proud partner of the forum. And as a member of our community, you get a 20% discount to all-access passes for the forum. Just sign up using the promo code FBCXWIL.

  
 
 

We're gearing up to talk about:

And we've got the experts sorted!

 

Dr. Auma Obama

Founder & Director, Sauti Kuu Foundation

A recipient of numerous awards for her humanitarian work, Dr, Auma built a non-profitable foundation to give a voice to financially and socially disadvantaged children and youth. She is former US President Barack Obama's sister.

Haben Girma

Global inclusion advocate, White House Champion of Change

Honoured by Obama at the White House, Haben is the first deafblind person to have graduated from Harvard Law School. A true believer that inclusion is only a choice, she actively advocates for equal access to information for people with disabilities.

H.E. Dr. Shaikha Al Maskari

Chairperson, Al Maskari Holding

Business leader, philanthropist and a humanitarian, Her Excellency Dr. Shaikha Al Maskari is one of the most successful and inspiring women of the Arab world. She is the Chairperson of Al Maskari Holding (AMH), Emirates & Al Maskari Holdings and Tricon Energy Operations and leads numerous non-profit organisations. In 2015, she was recognised in Forbes Middle East’s list of 100 Most Powerful Arab Business Women.

Vibha Bakshi

National award-winning film director & producer

Vibha’s latest film ‘Daughters of Mother India’ is aimed at turning the spotlight on the burning issue of rape in India. It was screened for over 150,000 police officers across the country to gender sensitize them, has been added to the curriculum of 200 schools and won the National Film Award from the President of India – the highest honor in Indian films.

Afra Atiq

The first Emirati spoken word poet

In early 2016, Afra left the corporate world with nothing but faith in her dream to pursue poetry. Defying the naysayers, she has, since then, been featured in 13 cities across 4 countries and proudly gives back to her community through mentorship and workshops with Untitled Chapters, a thriving hub for Emirati female writers. Only a year into her poet career, she is definitely a rising star to watch.

 
 
     
 

To shake things up!

With stimulating content delivered through:

 

 

TED-style talks

Prepare to get goosebumps as experts break down their success stories, share key turning points and practical advice they wish they knew.


 

Hands-on workshops

Limited to 15-20 attendees, each workshop allows you to work in groups, interact with experts one-on-one, and walk away with actionable tools.


 

Oxford-style debates

Witness debates the way they were meant to be as experts go head-to-head over hot button issues from the agenda. Your vote decides the winner!



 

Movie screenings

Stop by the movie screening counter and choose from a variety of short 15 minute documentaries that are sure to zone you out into another dimension.



 

Art project

Squiggle and splatter your imagination out as you embrace art as a medium of expression. But this time, your challenger is an 8-12 year old!



 

Mentoring sessions

You’ve got questions? We’ve got the mentors with answers. Time slots for each mentor are limited, so remember: the early bird gets the worm!

 

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And for more information, contact:

Alexis Hale
Marketing Manager
Naseba global leadership services
alexis@naseba.com | +971 44 55 79 21
www.wilforum.com

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