Young world leaders 2022: an Algerian is among the elected

It must be admitted that many Algerians succeed in different fields, to stand out and to be noticed in foreign countries by reaching the top of international rankings. They therefore represent a source of pride for an entire population. Such is the case of the Algerian Soraya Djermoun, who is among the most promising young leaders of the year 2022 in the ranking of the World Economic Forum (WEF).

Algerian Soraya Djermoun, 35, graduated from the University of Paris with a degree in communication and public relations as well as an MBA in international trade. Soraya is indeed an expert in geopolitics and an analyst in the MENA region. In addition, she is an entrepreneur and committed to the empowerment of women. She also holds a degree in economics obtained in Germany.

The Algerian is also the author of three books dealing with economic development, questions of innovation and socio-economic and environmental issues. His most widely read book, Emerging Multinationals: How They Are Changing the Global Economic Game, is about emerging multinationals that are the main drivers of international trade and economies.

For its part, the selection of Young Global Leaders this year includes 109 members, qualified by the WEF as the most promising leaders under the age of 40. They are also selected for their skills. But also for their involvement in projects that promote the well-being of the planet. Such as health, environmental preservation, or education reform. Soraya Djermoun has therefore been named by the World Economic Forum (WEF) among the most promising young world leaders in 2022.

It should be remembered that the World Economic Forum is a non-profit organization. And a lobbying structure headquartered in Geneva, on Swiss territory. The Forum is particularly known for its annual meeting which brings together many experts from various fields. This meeting aims to deal with the most important issues of the planet.

Soraya Djermoun is one of the most talented women in the “Rising Talents”

The former communications director of the Cevital group, Soraya Djermoun, was also named among the 17 most competent women in the world during the Rising Talents selection in 2016. An initiative aimed at rewarding the most brilliant young women in the world, who are on their way to becoming influential figures within their organization and community.

The winners of the Rising Talents award are women under the age of 40 who have demonstrated their professional and personal talent, have shown courage and have known how to take risks and act as catalysts for their organization. They work in all fields of activity, from social entrepreneurship to technology, including sports, media, health and public life.

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