Saturday January 26, 2019
Nour Elzeny, General Manager Corporate Communication at Suez Canal Bank, was awarded among the top 50 influential women in Egypt for her professional, academic and social contributions. She received the award from Hala El Said, Minister of Social Solidarity in a ceremony organized by Amwal Alghad magazine. The ceremony was also attended by the Ministers of Social Solidarity; Planning, Follow-up and Administrative Reform; Transportation; Public Business Sector; President of the National Council for Women in Egypt; Deputy VP of the Central Bank of Egypt and other key business leaders.
The Top 50 Most Influential Women Awards are in recognition to the contributions of Egyptian women in economy and to supports them to reach their optimal success. It also puts emphasis on their indispensable role in revamping the country’s different economic sectors, including banking industry, real estate, communications, and entrepreneurship.
Prior to her current post, Elzeny held several key positions at a number of multinational originations in Canada and Egypt, including Regional Communication Manager at the Arab Radio and TV (ART) for the Middle East and North Africa region and Marketing and Financial Consultant in financial consulting firms and the Bank of Montreal in Canada.
In addition to her diverse 25 years in media, marketing, corporate social responsibility and branding corporate experience, Elzeny is a Media, Marketing and Leadership Instructor at the American University in Cairo (AUC) and Sport Communication Instructor at FIFA / CIES Sports Management Diploma at Cairo University.
She also has an active role in the field of voluntary public work and is considered as one of the experts in the field of women’s economic empowerment. Through her continuous cooperation with NGOs, Elzeny encourages and supports the youth by providing voluntary workshops to foster entrepreneurship and leadership skills.
Elzeny received several awards from recognized local and international organizations for her role in the community as a “Model for Egyptian Women” and listed in Wikipedia as women and youth empowerment advocate.
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