• Reclaiming Space in the World of Work

    Reclaiming Space in the World of Work

    Tell us a bit about yourself and the journey that led you to where you are now? I am a rare demographic in the world of entrepreneurship. Not in my 20’s or even 30’s. A female who took a career break to raise a family and is now looking to...
  • Accelerating Pakistan’s Future Through Inclusion

    Accelerating Pakistan’s Future Through Inclusion

    Tell us about yourself and your journey that led to where you are today. The most important thing to know about my journey is that I never planned anything. I am an extremely relaxed person and so after getting an education in the US, I moved to Dubai and...
  • Lights, Camera, Action

    Lights, Camera, Action

    This interview is part of Ananke’s Special Edition “Emirati Women’s Day” published on ISSUU.   Reim El Houni’s career includes working with TV stations like the BBC to being an Executive Producer and Head of Events at Dubai One.  Reim launched her own production company Ti22 Films in January...
  • Taking Your Power Back Through Self Care

    Taking Your Power Back Through Self Care

    This article was previously published in Ananke’s special edition: Emirati Women’s Day and can be viewed here. The beauty of self-love is Salama’s story. Finding self-love can be a long and winding road, which is something Salama Mohamed knows all too well. Today the UN High Profile Ambassador considers...
  • Envisioning An Integrated Approach To Health

    Envisioning An Integrated Approach To Health

    This interview is part of Ananke's special #Resilience Edition, click here to view.   Jane Ohuma, Country Manager Kenya and Cluster Lead for Kenya, Burundi and Rwanda, The Fred Hollows Foundation, chats with Sabin Muzaffar about the organization’s groundbreaking work in Africa, how blindness exacerbates gender inequities and approaching...
  • Phila Phungula: Encoding Learning in Youth

    Phila Phungula: Encoding Learning in Youth

    Tell us a bit about yourself and your journey that culminated in where you are today? My Name is Phila Phungula, I am a Z Developer Advocate and a Scrum Master for the Student Experience team globally within IBM Z. I am based in Johannesburg, South Africa. When I...
  • Debbie Kestin Schildkraut: Facilitating People-Machine Partnership To Better Human Condition

    Debbie Kestin Schildkraut: Facilitating People-Machine Partnership To Better Human Condition

    Tell us a bit about yourself and your journey that culminated in where you are today? I grew up in a family of “givers” – parents and grandparents who were always actively dedicated to community service. Having family members who were immigrants and survivors of the Holocaust shaped us...
  • Liz Bush: Activating Impact

    Liz Bush: Activating Impact

    Meet Liz Bush, Director of Product and Partner Marketing, ThreatQuotient, a seasoned product management and marketing professional with over fifteen years of product management, program management, and product marketing experience. In this Q&A, Liz Bush talks us through the positives and challenges of her career journey so far and...
  • Salma Abbas: Enabling Youth Inclusion

    Salma Abbas: Enabling Youth Inclusion

    Tell us a bit about yourself and your journey that culminated in where you are today? I have an educational background focused on business. I was lucky to obtain my master’s degree majoring in strategy and marketing from abroad which enlarged my contact with students from different backgrounds and...
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