Organized by Egypt Oil & Gas Group, the joyous She is Energy event, which took place on March 19th at the Dusit Thani Lakeview Hotel, witnessed an elaborate awards ceremony in which some of the leading women professionals in the industry were recognized and honored for their merits and excelling in their positions as employees of the energy sector.
Iman Ahmed Wafy-Winner of the Legacy Award
With 35 years of experience in the sector, Iman Ahmed Wafy knows what true dedication and commitment mean, working as the EGPC’s CEO Assistant for Information Technology and Telecommunications. Throughout her career, she was one of the many unique women who played a special role in both the human development and IT aspects of the energy sector, contributing to the Ministry’s Middle Management Program.
Dr. Samir Abdel Moaty-Winner of the Promotion of Female Talent Award.
As the Country Manager of UOG, Dr. Samir Abdel Moaty’s contribution to women’s inclusion has been both pivotal and inspiring. Dr. Samir runs the Al Amal program which trains and develops geoscience university graduates. This program, now in its 14th year, has been essential to give women the tools that they need to pursue long and successful careers in the energy industry.
Yousra Morsy-Winner of the Woman in HSE Award
With global climate change becoming a main concern for experts around the world, the industry is in need of vibrant, innovative women ready to ensure that we lead a more environmentally prosperous future, and one such woman is Yousra Morsy. As an Environmental and Social Advisor at bp, Yousra played an essential role in building the Environmental Management System and developing the Low Carbon Plan in Egypt.
Ragia Habib-Winner of the Business Excellence Award
Excellence would be an understatement when describing Ragia Habib’s role in the industry as Neptune Energy’s Contracts & Purchasing Advisor. Ragia played a leading role in closing groundbreaking deals, such as the OBN Seismic Survey for the first time in Egypt as well as many high-value core contracts that are essential for drilling activities in the country.
Lilian Mahfouz-Winner of the Leadership Award
You can’t have success without a leader and no success is better than when there’s a woman leader behind it. SLB for years has enjoyed the hard work, dedication, and above all leadership of Lilian Mahfouz, as she rose up the ranks to become the company’s HSE and Facility Manager for Egypt, Sudan, and the East Mediterranean.
Sally Kenawy-Winner of the Inspire Award
A brilliant financial mind is what drives every organization forward and Sally Kenawy has redefined brilliance in her path to success as Shell’s Planning Manager for Integrated Gas, Renewables & Energy Solutions. Her skills and due diligence have been a significant contribution to Shell’s performance in Egypt and her ability to balance both her professional and work life is above all inspiring.
Diana George-Winner of the Young Achiever Award
She hit the ground running when she joined Baker Hughes becoming the first woman to be a Subsea Field Engineer for the company. Diana George is a trendsetter and a source of empowerment for other women to explore careers in the same field.