The “Women on the Frontlines” conference (WOFL) took place in Amman on Monday, May 22, in its sixth edition for the Middle East and North African Region-Jordan, organized by May Chidiac Foundation MCF.
The Former Minister of State for Administrative Development in Lebanon and President of MCF, May Chidiac, praised the efforts by the Jordanian Royal Family in enabling and encouraging women’s participation in society.
The WOFL conference was attended by members of the Royal family and prominent figures in politics, diplomacy, media, arts, economics, and modern technology.
“The WOFL MENA CHAPTER- JORDAN 2023 aims to enable women and to encourage them in their pursuit towards accomplishing sustainable goals that serve the public and societal good in all its dimensions in addition to shedding light on the stories of ladies and young women who have challenged and achieved multiple successes and left their distinguished marks in various sectors,” stated the May Chidiac Foundation in a press release.
The conference included a variety of activities that focused on telecommunications, banking, aviation, and health in addition to interesting panels, with leading women on the role of women in politics and diplomacy, education, artificial intelligence, and ChatGPT and activists. The second part of the conference revolved around a number of panels that focused on women’s excellence in the fields of health, leadership, and activism as well as in the world of art and media.