About the WIn fellowship

The WIn Fellowship, a collaboration between the Atlantic Council and Georgetown University, delivers a fully sponsored year-long program that includes a tailored executive education program by Georgetown University, mentoring, and networking opportunities with leading US and MENA business executives, government officials, and policy experts, and workshops with leading experts to advance government and business policies that increase women’s economic participation.

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2023 Roadshow and Testimony

2023 WIn Fellowship Roadshow

The WIn Fellowship roadshow is led by the Atlantic Council’s empowerME Initiative in cooperation with Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business with support from US Embassy Riyadh, UPS, and PepsiCo. The WIn Fellowship Roadshow participants, chosen from a highly competitive cohort of more than thirty applicants, receive a fully sponsored trip to the United States for leadership training at Georgetown and meetings with US business and government leaders.

Sara Binladen- CTO, Quantum Arabia for Marketing

One of the most interesting things that happened to me was actually meeting all these Saudi women, physically here in the US. We were able to exchange different problems mistakes, issues that we are all facing, and learn from each other. That just speeds up the entire learning process.

Rawan Al-Kharboosh – Founder and CEO, AtPoint

This one-year fellowship program it put me in touch with a lot of wonderful women and mentors who sort of expedited the learning process. I think that’s one of the most remarkable things that this program is where you learn so much faster had you gone on your own.

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empowerME at the Atlantic Council’s Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East is shaping solutions to empower entrepreneurs, women, and youth and building coalitions of public and private partnerships to drive regional economic integration, prosperity, and job creation.