Al Ain Women’s Business student Muna Hashem Mohammed Musaed successfully completed the year-long journey of the Young Future Energy Leader (YFEL) Program.
In achieving this feat, Muna has joined the illustrious list of many other environmentally-focused minds of the country, expanding her knowledge and earning a lot from her peers along the way.
Understandably, Muna was extremely proud to participate in the graduation ceremony for the wide range of YFEL entrants, and officiated by officials from MASDAR.
Muna also acknowledged that the program was challenging, innovative, and required a commitment oriented approach.
“I am proud that I was nominated to take part in this journey. My eyes have been truly opened to the fact that all of us can affect change in a positive way. This programme was an enriching experience, both on a professional and personal level,” Muna said.
YFEL is a year-long programme, organized by MASDAR and comprising workshops, educational courses and knowledge enhancing events related to sustainability and usage of natural energy.
One of the key events in the programme was the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) 2016 that took place inJanuary, 2016, in Abu Dhabi. The Summit offered Muna and her peers the opportunity to engage and interact with global energy industry leaders.
Alex Hennawi, AAW Business Chair, reiterated the fact that it was a matter of great pride, not only for Muna, but also for many of her junior students who now have a role model to benchmark themselves.