Salma Aboudeif is a model and Egypt's rising star, she recently starred in the TV show " Halwat El Donia" and ended up captivating our hearts. Salma is the kind of woman who wears her heart on her sleeve and as tough as nails at the same time, certainly a dangerous combo. She is beautiful and softly spoken, with a very simple philosophy that strikes as effortlessly wise. The beautiful actress and model is more than meets the eye, and she shares it all with us.
Sumaya Holdjik is a healer, message therapist, a dula, and last but never least a
co-owner of an eclectic wellness centre in Cairo. Her understanding of the Universe, the human body, and of health and healing allow her a certain connectivity and awareness, which pave the way for a deep and profound healing. Give it a try!
Yasmine Shihata is the epitome of strong and effortless. She has presence; eloquence; and a life journey that involves hard work, ambition, fun, and smart decisions. Yasmine sets the bar high up in her field of expertise and for a whole culture and the region at large. Watch and learn ladies and gents!
Amina is the ultimate femme fatale, not just because she dominates the screen and wins the hearts of her fans every time, but also because everyone can tell that she has her own mind; her own vocabulary and a distinctive presence. Amina’s eloquence, intelligence and strength come together to present us with her undeniable charisma. Be prepared to be fully captivated!
Nour Aboulela (LoveByN) is a fashion blogger who could easily pass for a real-life, modern-day Barbie. If Barbie had a personality it would be just like Nour’s; perfectly dressed mostly in pink, kind, funny, outspoken, firm, and professional. Nour is currently attending fashion week in Paris and has 287 K followers on Instagram, that's all!
Although it is probable that companies provide more development opportunities for men than women and the report does include a suggestion for leaders to work on the limiting mindsets that create the barriers for women, the recommendations focus primarily on “fixing the women” instead of on fixing the system that created the problem.
Nayrouz Abouzid is the CEO & Founder of EgoComm, and a former reality star of the TV reality show ‘Heya we Howa’. She speaks to us about her journey towards building Egocomm, one of the rising PR agencies in Egypt, her encounter with Azza Fahmy, and last but never least her son Omar. Nayrouz is a force to be reckoned with and we couldn’t be happier that she shared a lot with us to share with you.
"You worry too much” is a phrase women often hear from men. However, recent studies using new imaging techniques have identified different patterns of worrying. It seems that women DO NOT worry more than men. They just worry differently.
Soraya Shawky is an artist and a make up artist who is creative, talented, and one of the best at what she does. Her artistic madness and the sweetness of her soul conglomerate to give us something sweet and sometimes outrageously beautiful, but never simplistic. Watch her while she talks to us about her raging soul as she loses control over her life and how she regains it back, her relationship with her grandmother, and last but not least, why she always opts for the healthy confident look.
For years, I have been writing about the differences in the brains of men and women. I have touted the innate strengths women bring to the workplace. I have supported communication skills training that teach us to adapt to gender-based styles.
We sat with the philanthropist and artist Nihal Selim to gain a little bit of insight on how to be a real life Wonder Woman, albeit without a cape. Nihal's typical day consists of tending for, and rescuing stray animals, caring for the community, being a devoted daughter, mother and grandmother.
I’d like to banish the widely held myth that women are uncomfortable with power, that we aren’t in touch with our power or don’t like wielding our power. These statements are not true, and they damage the credibility of women.
We sat down with the colourful Aliaa El Esseily one of Egypt's most popular and admirable stylists. She is also the designer behind LOUSHE by Aliaa El Esseily. Aliaa is a woman whose sense of style is absolutely contagious...
I find it interesting that two popular U.S. Sunday night soap operas placed leading female characters in the dilemma of being physically attracted to their handymen. The appeal was similar. Yet the choice to test out the relationship was based on different criteria.
Since I launched my book, “Wander Woman,” this year, I have been asked to speak and write for many groups that tout feminine power. When I look into the message that forms the foundation of each group, they define this power very differently.
We sat down with our good friend Mirette Osama, co-founder of 'The Lemon Tree & Co', which she created with her husband Ahmed Hanafi. 'The Lemon Tree & Co' is known to be popular, hip, and among the culinary favorites in town. We know why.