Mae Al Mozaini

Founder & CEO
The Arab Institute for Women’s Empowerment - Nusf

Mae Saleh Al Mozaini is the Founder & CEO of The Arab Institute for Women’s Empowerment-Nusf (; a premier women’s executive leadership institute and social enterprise founded to equip Saudi and Arab women with capacity building programs focused on leadership training, researching and connecting. These programs work to help advance women in the leadership and business world and bring down social barriers that prevent them from achieving their desired potentials and ultimately to make a lasting positive impact on society and the economy.

Mae is passionate about, youth education, human capital development and women’s progress and engagement in the society. She is actively involved in women enablement programs and is on several advisory boards to support this mission. As her country Saudi Arabia hosted the G20 in 2020, Mae headed the C20 Gender program and is a member of W20.

Mae is one of the earlier signatories of the Women’s Empowerment Principles-WEP in her country; and since then, has been advocating for more companies to sign and apply the principles in the companies they lead.

Mae has led a 29-year career at Aramco, the world’s largest energy provider; where held various leadership positions in the fields of regulatory and public affairs, corporate brand management, public relations, and corporate affairs. She advanced her career from a junior entry level employee to senior leadership and under her leadership, she built a team that served as the company’s think tank and decision support center, monitoring the regulatory and public policy landscape, providing analyses, strategies and recommendations on issues that impact the government and company.

Mae has completed several executive leadership programs with various institutions including Rice and Duke Universities.