TechWomen.org explains that their program, “... brings emerging women leaders in technology sectors from the Middle East and North Africa together with their American counterparts for a professional mentorship and exchange program at leading companies in the United States. Pairing Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s vision of ‘smart power diplomacy’ with ‘21st Century Statecraft,’
Mrs. Alkhawaldeh has been with Integrant as both Software Quality Assurance Engineer and Business Analyst. She has a Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering and will be completing her MBA in Management this year. According to TechWomen, Mrs. Alkhawaldeh was selected for having demonstrated herself as an emerging leader in technology who holds an advanced degree and has had limited experience in the United States.
Integrant is an outsource provider of custom software development services. They are experts in building .NET web based applications, and have built and implemented systems for a wide range of industries. In their twenty years of experience, they’ve dedicated themselves to a delivery model that is focused on adding value and eliminating outsourcing risk for clients. When clients hire Integrant, they get unified and experienced teams, which means reliability, efficiency, and quality without inflated costs. Simply put, Integrant’s model makes quality, risk-free IT outsourcing accessible and affordable.