World Economic Forum (WEF) has named the world’s top 100 major artists, business leaders, social entrepreneurs, tech-pioneers, thinkers and policymakers. All of them are under 40 and they are recognized as young global leaders (YGL).
Ratio of women in YGL accounts for 54% and a major part of them come from developing countries. They are best professionals in their generation.
Nino Zambakhidze, head of Georgian Farmers Association, has been named as Young Global Leader of 2017 from Georgia.
This recognition reflects Nino’s history of professional achievements, her devotion to society and her potential to promote sharping the future world. This recognition makes Nino Zambkhaidze YGL forum member for a period of 5 years.
YGL members are requested to cooperate with each other for 5 years to participate in resolving the world’s sharpest problems and challenges.
“Young global leaders represent the best samples in their generation and they promote creating a new model of sustainable innovations”, John Duton said.
The Forum of Young Global Leaders is a special community with more than 90 talented young leaders. Bold and action-oriented people assume obligation to spend time and talent to make the world better.