Meera Hesham Al Muhairi: Meera, 23, works as an inspector at the Federal Nuclear Regulatory Authority. She previously worked for Khalifa University of Science, Technology & Research as Assistant Professor in Machine Design, and an Assistant in Independent Study Lab. Meera was trained in the European Organization for Nuclear Research. She took part in volunteering activities and she took part in organizing the UAE’s stand in Expo Millan. She is also UAE’s Youth Ambassador to Germany. She speaks three languages: German, English, and Arabic and has a photography hobby.
Maryam Saleem Al Bastaki: Maryam, 23, works for Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre in Logistics. She currently pursues her higher studies in University of Dubai in International Business Administration and Marketing where she graduated. She previously worked in Dubai World Ports and Emirates Airline. She has interest in volunteering activities specially those related to environment.
Fatima Mohammed Al Joker: Fatima, 23, works as a legal researcher in Dubai Water and Electricity Authority (DEWA). She received her law degree from University of Sharjah. She has leadership talents as she was the Secretary-General of Female Students at University of Sharjah. She took part in a number of international scientific activities.
Meera Faisal Marzooqi: Meera, 21, obtained her law Degree from the Paris Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi.
Shorooq Ali Al Dhanhani: Shorooq, 21, studies electronic and electrical engineering in Khalifa University. She took part in a number of international events to address innovation-related issues. She is a member in UAE Ambassador Union in cooperation with the General Authority of Youth & Sports Welfare.
Dubai Abdullah Bulhoul: Dubai, 22, currently studies political science at New York University Abu Dhabi. She is well known in the Emirati community as the youngest fantasy novelist in the UAE. Her “Galagolia” novel received positive impression among the community. She worked as intern in number of entities such as the UAE Embassy to Washington D.C.
Kaltham Yousif Al Ali: Kaltham, 23, works as safety analyst at the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation. She studied nuclear and mechanical engineering in Khalifa University. Kaltham was trained in the European Organization for Nuclear Research.
Mohammed Ibrahim Al Hajri: Mohammed, 22, obtained his B.A. degree in electrical engineering at Khalifa University. He is a contributor of scientific papers published in academic publications.
Ali Ibrahim Al Nuaimi: Ali, 25, works as nuclear operator at the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation. He obtained his nuclear engineering degree from University of Pennsylvania in the United States.
Mohammed Abdullah Al Kendi: Mohammed, 24, works as engineer in Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority. He obtained his degree from the American University of Sharjah. He takes part in volunteering activities locally and internationally.
Saeed Mohammed Al Nazari: Saeed, 25, is a project manager at the Executive Office of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. He studied business administration and human resources in the Higher Colleges of Technology in Dubai. He also obtained his higher degrees in foreign policies and leadership at New York University Abu Dhabi. He is President of the Global Happiness Organization-UAE and is the youngest board member of the global social media club in the UAE.
Mohammed Najeeb Essa: Mohammed, 25, is a member in the Dubai Club for the Disabled. He is interested in drafting laws and ideas that support the needs of the disabled.
Mohammed Sagheer Al Dhaheri: Mohammed, 22, works in Abu Dhabi Investment Authority as HR Assistant. He studied civil engineering in University of Pennsylvania in the United States. He aims to obtain a Chartered Financial Analyst Certificate. He has social and leaders skills where he held position of President of International Students’ Union in University of Pennsylvania.