Build the first Platform of Public Speaking for women in KSA and showcase the Experts in the Kingdom
To Shed light on phenomenal Women experts to share their knowledge and successes in KSA, GCC and all over the World Reduce the gap between males and females in the workplace which is aligned with the vision of 2030. Establish in KSA a Women’s public speaking platform to compete with public speaking bureaus of the world
When you google the word “Saudi Women” then you do not find as many women from KSA as public speakers. Despite all the great efforts in the Kingdom the PR image still needs to shed light on great Saudi Women
Establishing a podium for women who are public speakers. As a venture ,we would provide by payments, for who wish to be trained, to become professional public speakers. Providing Training classes by highly qualified trainers to become the best Public Speakers and role models they can be. Providing essential classes and trainings for the young generation on effective communication and negotiation skills on a high level and how to use them effectively in their personal, and in the corporate world.
Ensuring Fair Participation and Competitive Compensation
In many regions of the world, women are not able to pursue the same opportunities as men. MENA Women Speakers is addressing SDG 5 Gender Equality in the Middle East and North Africa, a region where female economic and professional recognition has improvement opportunities.
Fostering Global Equality
As written in the press by WE Empower: “With the fundamental progress that MENA Women Speakers is making toward ensuring gender equality in the representation of female speakers, society is able to learn more from the perspectives of female experiences globally. The sharing of knowledge is a cornerstone of the success of our modern world, and Sanna Azzam is leading the way for a just and equitable future. Even though there are difficulties and challenges in considering taking action to support gender empowerment, Azzam has words of advice for change-makers looking to make a difference. “Even though things feel scary and you might feel an element of fear, the situation requires your courage and requires that you are bold. We know that when you do something that has a positive impact and goes against your own fear, it is going to open doors for others. You are paving the way for others to follow. You may be the first, hopefully, you will not be the last.”