Nermin Sa'd


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Name: Nermin Sa'd
Organization: Handasiyat
Title: CEO
I am a-fiercely independent woman, who recognizes the needs and struggles of the modern Arab woman. I am a-Senior Mechanical Engineer and CEO Founder of I graduated from the University of Jordan (1999), and lived in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for over 12 years working as freelance engineer. I have worked with many leading companies and executed many projects, where I simultaneously built bridges of trust with my clients. I also participated in the translation field, working on engineering related topics, in an effort to enrich Arabic Content in the field. I am now working on starting up my own company where I aim to support other Arab females in the engineering field. I was nominated & honored on the following major events for my business: - 2013 Finalist for Red Herring Top 100 Asia Award - in Hong Kong- (Final Results didn't announced yet) - 2013 Finalist in Global Innovation through Science & Technology Initiatives -GIST- Competition (Final Results didn't announced yet)! - 2013 Winner in Nestle Klim Women of Strength program - (First Place and Won 20,000 $) - 2013 Finalist of Women in Business Challenge 2013 - (Final Results didn't announced yet) - 2012 Finalists of Cartier's Women Initiatives Awards - (Second Place) - 2012 Runner-up in Arabnet - Riyadh. - Speaker in the 2013 Global Marathon for women in Engineering & Technology. More in the list, will be announced at the appropriate time I'm an Official Member in: - Jordan Engineers Association - Women's Forum - International Federation of Business and Professional Women (BPW). - American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) I was mentioned and interviewed in many events, below are the links for some of these: More in the list ...

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Sep 05, 2013 / 5 Comments / in Construction, Employment, Gender equity, Infrastructure

Virtual engineering company offer services for companies operating in the MENA region via customized remote platform, offering the opportunity for hundreds of Arab Female Engineers to use their qualifications since women are socially obligated to work outside homes or may not be accepted in offices.