July, 2024

Noura Al Kaabi honoured by Protocol School of Washington

unnamed (1)ABU DHABI–  HE Noura Al Kaabi, Chief Executive Officer of twofour54, the commercial arm of the Media Zone Authority – Abu Dhabi, was recognised for her accomplishments and  granted an honorary degree by the Protocol School of Washington (PSOW), at a ceremony held in Washington DC.

PSOW is the only nationally accredited educational institution providing international protocol, cross-cultural awareness, business etiquette and image training to professionals across the world. The award ceremony took place during PSOW’s Global Education Summit, marking the 25h anniversary since the school was founded.

Noura Al Kaabi
Noura Al Kaabi

Following the ceremony, HE Noura Al Kaabi delivered a keynote address on ‘Women on Leadership roles’ to a global audience of over 250 protocol and diplomatic professionals, sharing her personal insights and experiences as a woman CEO in the Middle East. 

Speaking at the event, Noura Al Kaabi said: “I am honoured to be recognised by the Protocol School of Washington. The school is a trusted counsel to governments and industries worldwide, and has been instrumental in equipping professionals such as myself with the unique skillsets required to succeed in today’s multi-cultural business environment.     

Sharing her personal guidelines for success with fellow graduates, Al Kaabi urged attendees to identify their unique strengths and define success on their own terms based on individual values, passions, and vision. “Own your destiny and believe in yourself.” 

PSOW has graduated more than 3,500 professionals from 68 countries and regularly conducts private trainings for major corporations and international government bodies. The school’s PSOW is renowned for its expert trainers who hail from the Disney Institute, The Hague, the military, international academia, and corporate America. 



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