Making sustainable efforts to empower social entrepreneurs

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Mon, 2022-03-21 21:43

RIYADH: Lujain Al-Ubaid is co-founder CEO of Tasamy, a nonprofit organization focused on the discovery and development of sustainable and innovative business solutions to social issues through empowering social entrepreneurs and collaborating with public and private institutions.

Social entrepreneurship is the effort by individuals and groups to find and implement solutions to social and environmental issues.

After graduating from Saudi Arabia’s Al Yamama University with a degree in business administration and finance, Al-Ubaid participated in the Harvard Business School Women Executive Leadership Program and Columbia Business School’s Executive Education Program for Non-Profit Organizations, among other academic accomplishments.

Having spearheaded various social welfare initiatives during her high school years and subsequently worked with several charitable organizations, Al-Ubaid founded her NGO Tasamy for Social Entrepreneurship in December 2011.

She has represented the social entrepreneurship field at numerous national and international conferences and summits and has been an advisor on a number of governmental and private projects in the Kingdom.

Al-Ubaid was recognized by King Salman for her contributions to the AlGhad forum, a national youth development organization where she was a founding member of the strategic planning team. She was also presented with the Mentor Arabia Award by Queen Silvia of Sweden.

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