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Publisher: Qatar Tirbune

Date : 10 March 2018

AACSB International-The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), a business education network, celebrated the positive impact business school graduates are making in communities around the globe as part of the 2018 Influential Leaders Challenge.

As an annual initiative, the challenge honours notable alumni from accredited schools whose inspiring work serves as a model for the next generation of business leaders.

Injaz Qatar’s Sheikha Hanadi bint Nasser al Thani, was recognised at the AACSB’s 2018 Deans’ conference in the USA, among a group of 29 business pioneers, from 13 industry sectors, whose careers are addressing today’s most pressing social, economic, environmental and educational challenges.

Sheikha Hanadi was recognised in the category of ‘alumni business leaders working in non-profit or community-based organisations’.

Sheikha Hanadi, nominated by the College of Business and Economics at Qatar University, was honoured for her valuable contribution to the business sector in Qatar and her leading role in Injaz Qatar, the non-profit organisation that supports education and youth programmes, Amwal and NBK.

Sheikha Hanadi, founder and chairperson of Injaz Qatar, chairperson of Injaz al Al Arab (a non profit organisation which reached around two million students from 14 Arab countries) and Amwal, said: “I have the honour to be recognised as 2018 Influential Leaders Challenge. This proves the position of the Qatari women across the world. I would like to thank Qatar University, the College of Business and Economics for nominating me, and take this opportunity to encourage all the youth and students to work hard to accomplish their aspirations.”

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