Stanford MENA Forum on March 9: Empower Change


For info + tickets go to https://www.stanfordmenaforum.com

On March 9, 2019 Stanford University will host its very first Middle East and North Africa Forum, ever!  The event is organized by Stanford GSB Middle East and North Africa Club +  The Arab Student Association at Stanford (ASAS).  Info and tickets at https://www.stanfordmenaforum.com

The event, which begins at 1 pm, will also feature a music talk by Stanford Lecturer + Arabology radio host Dr. Ramzi Salti at 5:30 pm.  That Cultural segment will also feature poetry readings and a musical performance by the Stanford Middle East Ensemble.

Stanford MENA Forum aims to educate 100 future business leaders about the region’s latest trends, opportunities, and challenges to inspire them to drive change and create local as well as global impact. The Forum will bring together leaders in entrepreneurship, investments, technology, and innovation and showcase the diverse and colorful culture that the MENA region has to offer.

Here are the Speakers who are scheduled between 1:30-5:30 pm.




The Cultural Segment begins at 5:30 and will feature the following:

5:35-5:45 pm: Dr. Ramzi Salti's Talk "Music as a Vehicle for Change"
5:45-6:00 pm: Poetry readings by Lubna Kayyali and Maya Salameh
6:00-7:00 pm: Dinner + Performance by the Stanford Middle East Ensemble

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For info, schedule, tickets, go to https://www.stanfordmenaforum.com/



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