U.S. Pakistan Women’s Council Celebrates Graduation of Third Batch of Future of Women in Energy Scholars

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Islamabad, Pakistan – The U.S. Pakistan Women’s Council, under the U.S.-Pakistan “Green Alliance” Framework, is pleased to announce the graduation of 18 talented young women from the third batch of the Future of Women in Energy Program. These scholars completed rigorous academic coursework on various energy topics at Texas A&M University in Qatar.

The program, supported by the U.S. Department of State, Texas A&M University in Qatar, the Department of Energy, USAID, and the U.S. Embassy in Islamabad, aims to increase women’s participation in Pakistan’s energy sector. After completing their studies, the scholars visited energy companies in Pakistan and will begin internships at leading energy firms.

USAID Deputy Mission Director Maura O’Brien congratulated the graduates, recognizing their potential as emerging leaders in creating a more inclusive and sustainable energy sector. These exceptional graduates join a prestigious group of 54 alumnae who have secured jobs, received competitive scholarships, and pursued entrepreneurial ventures in Pakistan’s energy sector.