Entries by Karin van den Berg

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Global Ambassador Bisila Bokoko

Bisila Bikoko appointed Global Female Wave of Change Ambassador Female wave of Change is very excited to announce that Bisila Bokoko has accepted the role of Global Ambassador. Given her international roots, her businesses, her non-profit projects and network all over the globe, it was the only good choice we could make to offer her […]

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Ambassador Dr. Rowyda Nawwaf Al-Harithy – Saudi Arabia

Female Wave of Change is very honored to introduce our Ambassador in Saudi Arabia Dr. Rowyda Nawwaf Al-Harithy Professor Molecular Genetics Dr. Rowdy Nawwaf Al-Harithy is a professor of Molecular Genetics at King Abdulaziz University (KAU) in Saudi Arabia. She works with postgraduate students to understand the causes of diseases such as cancer and diabetes. […]

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Ambassador Shad Begum – Pakistan

Meet our ambassador Shad Begum Paktin for Pakistan Deeply influenced by the social inequalities around her and inspired by her father’s social work in her early age, Shad Begum would become a known figure nationally and internationally. Because of her determined struggle to improve the conditions of the marginalized segments, especially women, of her community in […]

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Ambassador Manizha Paktin – Afghanistan

We welcome ambassador Manizha Paktin for Afghanistan Manizha Paktin is professor at Balkh University, engineering faculty, civil department. She is teaching management, planning and technology of construction at faculty since 2005. She is Director of Rad Constructional Company (RCC) since 2006 and she is consultant in civil engineering on construction projects; constructing private houses, hotels, clinics, bridge and […]

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Ambassador Nour Moghrabi – Jordan

We welcome Nour Moghrabi, ambassador for Jordan Nour Moghrabi is a dreamer in a region of turbulence and believer in a better future for all. Women’s and men’s participation in economic activities is crucial to the development of societies. Dreamer & Believer Women tend to participate less in the formal sector, making them less able to play a […]