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Posted On: 13 February 2023 10:09 am
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6 Qatari women named among Forbes Middle East's 100 Most Powerful Businesswomen 2023

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Forbes Middle East has released its list of the 100 Most Powerful Businesswomen in the region, featuring leading women in 27 different sectors and 27 nationalities.

Among the list are 6 Qatari women who have made their mark internationally in the fields of healthcare, telecommunications, finance, education, and more.

Hanan Mohamed Al Kuwari (#8)

  • Managing Director of Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC)

Hanan Mohamed Al Kuwari has been the Managing Director of Qatar's principal healthcare provider, Hamad Medical Corporation, since 2017. She was also appointed as the country's Minister of Public Health in 2016.

Noor Al Sulaiti (#31)

  • CEO of Ooredoo Oman

Noor Al Sulaiti has been in managing positions in the technology and telecommunication fields. Previously the CEO of Starlink Qatar, she has then took on the role of CEO of Ooredoo in Oman in May 2021.

Mira Al-Attiyah (#49)

  • CEO of QNB Captial

Leading the investment banking arm of QNB Group, Mira Al-Attiyah has been providing advisory and asset management services to various entities in Qatar and globally.

Alanoud Bint Hamad Al-Thani (#61)

  • Deputy CEO & Chief Business Officer of Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) Authority

Alanoud Bint Hamad Al-Thani was previously the Managing Director for Business Development at QFC before assuming her current role as the Deputy CEO & Chief Business Officer. She was also recognized by the World Economic Forum as a young global leader in March 2021.

Aisha Bint Faleh Al Thani (#71)

  • Founder & Chairperson of Al Faleh Educational Holding

Aisha Bint Faleh Al Thani's Al Faleh Educational Holding is the first Qatari educational institution to list on the venture market of the Qatar Stock Exchange in 2021. Currently, the institution operates and manages three schools and one college in its portfolio.

Hanadi bint Nasser Al Thani (#82)

  • Founder & Chairperson of Amwal, Founder & CEO of Al Waab City Real Estate, Founding Chair of INJAZ Qatar

Hanadi bint Nasser Al Thani has a diverse portfolio and is a veteran in multiple business sectors. She founded the investment firm Amwal in 1998 and Al Waab City Real Estate in 2005.

Source: Forbes Middle East