The Chamber has organized the following panel.
Shaping a Diverse, Inclusive, and Sustainable Future through Education
The late King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud established the King Abdullah Scholarship Program in 2005. Since its inception, KASP has been an important source of support for the Kingdom’s public and private sectors by developing, qualifying, and preparing human resources. Inclusive and diverse, KASP has empowered the youth of the Kingdom, supported their inclusion in the workforce, inspired their dreams of entrepreneurship, and now is being used to support the goal of Saudisation through its transformation into the “Your Scholarship, Your Job” program that is focused on post graduate employment for the recipients.
The panelists have each been instrumental in the implementation of KSAP. Together they have expertise from policy through education to employment and have seen first-hand the results that can be achieved when boundaries and borders are crossed to create opportunity for our youth and sustainability for our future.
Dr. Mody Alkhalaf, member of the Shura Council and former Director of Cultural and Social Affairs, Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission, USA
Dr. Amal Fatani, Leader of All Female Tata Consultancy Services Business Processing Service Center (TCS BPS) in Riyadh and former General Supervisor of Female Sector, Ministry of Higher Education, KSA
Dr. Nahlah Jubeir, Director, Center for Career Development, Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission, USA
Moderator: Anjum Malik, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Alhambra US Chamber, USA