Naadiya Moosajee is a serial entrepreneur by passion, an engineer by training, is Co-Founder at WomHub, a boutique incubator supporting females all along the STEM value chain running developing programmes for girls as young as 12 to access STEM careers to developing female founders in STEM businesses. She serves as the Chief Innovator with her focus being on entrepreneurship, gender, AI and cybersecurity. Naadiya co-founded WomEng, a global social enterprise developing women and girls for engineering and tech. She is also the Co-Founder of Cybherfence – a cybersecurity firm looking to keep people safer online. She is a Co-Chair for the Saudi Arabia B20 Task Force on the Future of Work and Education. Naadiya serves as an independent board director at the MMI Foundation, the chair of the board at the TQMF trust, and is an emeritus board director for the International Youth Foundation and Pegasys Strategy and Development. Naadiya serves as an advisory board member for the University of Cape Town Faculty of Engineering, for the Harambe Entrepreneur alliance, and was a Global Future Council Member with the World Economic Forum: Gender, Education and the Future of Work. Naadiya is a renowned speaker and was named “Top 20 Young Power Women in Africa” by Forbes Magazine and an Aspen Institute New Voices Fellow (2019). Naadiya has worked across 24 countries to revolutionise the face of engineering through diversity, inclusion, innovation, entrepreneurship and education. She is passionate about equitable technology, fostering prosperity in emerging economies and engineering better societies.