Digital rights activist and lawyer, Nighat Dad from Pakistan has made it to the Young Global Leaders 2018 list alongside Priyanka Chopra and many other international bigwigs who are helping give leadership a new meaning.
The list that includes 100 of artists, public servants, business leaders, entrepreneurs and technologists under the age of 40 have been invited to join the World Economic Forum’s community of Young Global Leaders.
I’m excited to announce that I have been selected to join the #YGL Class of 2018! Also @priyankachopra is in southAsia YGL Cohort <3 #YGL18 @YGLvoices @wef Read more: https://t.co/ssMUNSIizO pic.twitter.com/uxvlvvlGOV
— Nighat Dad (@nighatdad) May 9, 2018
Young Global Leaders is an independent non-profit organization managed from Geneva, Switzerland under the supervision of the Swiss government and was launched by World Economic Forum in 2004. It is governed by a board of 12 world and industry leaders such as Queen Rania of Jordan, Wikipedia co-founder, Jimmy Wales, Marissa Mayer of Yahoo! to name a few.