March 2, 2021
By: Dina Al Mahdy
Egyptian American women are active members of the society. Professionally, they work in every field. You find them as judges, politicians, doctors, lawyers, accountants, university professors, teachers, academics, heads of corporations, entrepreneurs, babysitters, supermarket workers, waitresses in restaurants and owners of private businesses.
Women of Egypt interviewed three doctors who are excelling in their fields, breaking stereotypes, and who are while living the American dream, they are all proud of their Egyptian heritage. In the interview they tell us about their families, communities, how it feels growing up in the US, and the challenges they faced as women in their medical careers.
Dr. Eman Attaya
Born and raised in the US, Radiologist Eman Attaya is involved in organized medicine. She serves as the Chair on the Council of Health Promotion for the Texas Medical Association. She is also the Chair of…
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