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Emirati architects Sara Bastaki, Amna Bin Thaneya and Mouza Al Alkim

How female Emirati architects are disrupting traditionally male-dominated sector

Three Emirati architects, who are inspired by their heritage, culture and transformation of the country, share how women are a force to reckon in today’s world

Nouf Al Hamly of NYU AD

How NYUAD’s Kawader Programme is empowering Emirati women

Nouf Ali Al Hamly, NYUAD’s associate director, Research Public Outreach and Kawader Programme, discusses how the university is supporting young Emirati women succeed in academic research

Dr. Laila AbdelWareth

Dr Laila AbdelWareth says opportunities depend on timely decision-making

National Reference Laboratory’s Dr AbdelWareth shares the experiences that helped shape her career, encouraging Emirati women to realise their dreams

Miral's Taghrid Alsaeed

Miral’s Taghrid Alsaeed on why celebrating Emirati Women’s Day is important

The Executive Director – Group Communications and Destination Marketing at Miral, shares her journey and how Miral is supporting its female workforce

Noura Alblooshi Emirates institute of banking and financial studies

Emirati women play a vital role in UAE’s financial and banking sector

Emirati women account for 32 per cent of participants in Emirates Institute for Banking and Financial Studies’ training courses

Aysha AlMemari CCAD

How Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi’s Aysha AlMemari is pursuing her passion for healthcare

A member of Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi’s Strategic Alliance team, the Fulbright Scholar is focused on raising awareness about healthcare and supporting youth

Kais Zribi, general manager MENAT, Coursera

Why online learning offers more opportunities for women in the UAE

While online learning is steadily finding a common plan in the UAE’s agenda to further mitigate the gender gap across sectors, greater institutional collaboration will determine its success

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Emirati Women’s Day: A dreamer, believer, doer and achiever

From space, technology, business to government positions, Emirati women have secured key positions across the country, making their nation proud

Brand Dubai By Emirati Women

Brand Dubai launches interactive guide to showcase businesses set up by Emirati women

The guide lists 100 female-owned SMEs in the fields of fashion, food and beverages, photography, floristry, jewellery, design and event planning

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Beeah Education’s Hind Al Huwaidi on how the theme of sustainability complements Emirati Women’s Day

The managing director – Beeah Education, says that there’s something to learn from every Emirati woman’s journey

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Amazon MENA’s Zainab Mohammad Albalooshi on why ‘every day is Emirati Women’s Day’

Amazon MENA’s operations area manager and sustainability site leader shares advice on how Emirati women can forge ahead in their careers

Khadija Al Bastaki, Executive Director of Dubai Design District (d3)

Khadija Al Bastaki from d3 on the growing role of Emirati women in the creative sector

The executive director of d3 advises women to look critically at the world around them, at the way things are done, made and experienced, and then challenge themselves to enhance them

Tamkeen and startAD launch Emirati Women achievers campaign

Tamkeen, startAD showcase Emirati women achievers

The campaign spotlights the achievements of 51 inspiring Emirati women furthering innovation and entrepreneurship across various sectors

Etihad pilot Aisha Al Mansoori becomes UAE’s first female Emirati captain

Al Mansoori will commence regular duties as a captain on commercial flights from August 28, which also marks Emirati Women’s Day

National Bonds launches programee for Emirati women's Day/ Rehab Lootah - DGCEO

National Bonds launches ‘Tejouri Al Emarateyat’ programme to empower Emirati women

National Bonds has designed a mobile app and website to make the programme easy to use and more accessible