Qiyadat Global-Georgetown program ‘empowers women to lead around the world’

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Sat, 2021-02-13 17:45

RIYADH: A US-Saudi program at one of America’s top universities has been helping women leaders around the world, the co-founder told Arab News.

Qiyadat Global-Georgetown was launched in November to teach women in the Middle East, North Africa and G20 countries the fundamentals of strategic leadership.

The program is taught remotely by the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business and is a collaboration with the Qiyadat Global program in Saudi Arabia.

Since its launch there have been about 1,300 applicants and more than 200 graduates.

Lida Preyma, second cohort participant from Toronto, Canada Director of global AML risk management & AMLRO. (Supplied)
Nouf Abdullah Al-Rakan, Founder and Executive director of Qiyadat Global Georgetown Program. (Supplied)
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