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Nermin Usama, The most inspiring femal african executives this year

Published on : 2022-01-11

Nermin Usama, Head of Communications, CSR, and Executive Assistant to Managing Director at Wintershall Dea, become Wintershall Dea’s most inspiring femal african executives this year. 

"Success is not a result of luck, but never wasting an opportunity to learn, improve or achieve somthing more" She said. 

Usama also showed her flexibility towards the challenge by referring that “on a personal level, fine-tuning my perspective is one of the most effective ways to enhance resilience. 

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