Ms. Naglaa Nossier
With nearly 20 years of experience at Telecom Egypt, Naglaa Nosseir, TE CSR director, is well positioned to develop and execute TE’s social responsibility vision and mission that mainly focus on integrating TE’s core business into societal causes and achieve comprehensive development in accordance with 2030 vision of sustainable development, especially in remote and most needy areas such as Halayeb, Shalateen and North Sinai. Naglaa is also a member of the board of trustees of the Arab Network for Communication and Public Relations at the League of Arab States. In addition to her bachelor degree, she is an MBA holder.
Naglaa was awarded the title of :” The most Influential Arab Woman in the field of Social Responsibility” from the Arab Council for Social Responsibility in the League of Arab States for the year 2021 in appreciation for her efforts in community service and sustainable development .
She also topped the list of winners of the title: “The most Powerful and Influential Women leaders in Telecommunications sector” on both, the international and the local levels, which was conducted by Arbah News for the year 2020.
Naglaa was also awarded the title of :” The most Influential Arab Woman in the field of Social Responsibility in Telecommunications sector” from (Al-Ahram Business Leaders Magazine) for the year 2020 in recognition of her efforts in community service and sustainable development . She has also been selected among the most 50 influential Egyptian Women in the Egyptian society and the world of money and business, according to Smart Vision research department in collaboration with the Egyptian Women Forum . She was also honored by Galala University as one of the most influential women leaders in the field of social responsibility.
In addition, Naglaa was granted “The Egyptian Women’s Medal” among 30 Egyptian female role models, who has contributed in influencing the Egyptian society, from (The Egyptian Women Forum) in 2019, in addition to being awarded “Volunteer Work Pioneers’ Award” in recognition of her active participation in supporting volunteering efforts in achieving sustainable development from the (Ambassadors of Volunteer work Foundation for Sustainable Development) and (United Nations Volunteers Program)