India's First Leadership incubator for Muslim Women
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A 4-month, intensive Leadership Program, free of cost, for High-potential college-going
Indian Muslim women
Hear Dr. Ruha Shadab talk about LedBy Foundation and the Fellowship program
Team Building exercises
Access to Mentors: Our in-house industry experts & community leaders
Peer Mentoring: Learn from the diverse cohort
Developing mentorship skills: Be a mentor to young and aspiring girls
Personalized coaching with certified international Executive Coaches
Identify your strengths and channelise them to excel in your career
You are eligible for the fellowship if you
Identify yourself as an Indian Muslim Woma(x)n
Are currently enrolled in a post-graduate program (2 years)
Are currently enrolled in an undergraduate program (3 or 4 years). We will consider the candidates who are in their final year or pre-final year
Physically reside in India
Fellowship Timelines 2021
Get to know you
1st October 2020 to
14 January 2021
14 January 2021 to
14 February 2021
14 March 2021 to
28 April 2021
21 May 2021
What we look for in our Fellows
High-potential, young Indian Muslim Women who are ambitious and are looking for an environment that understands and supports the unique experiences and journeys of Indian Muslim women. We will select 24 women to participate in the fellowship, who will go through this transformative and empowering journey. Our goal is to create collaborative, nurturing, and confident professionals which in turn will support a socially inclusive and equitable story of India’s growth.
Want to know more? Here's a sneak peak
A group of highly talented young women who have graduated from the Fellowship in 2020
Our community of 100+ high-achieving women inspire, encourage, and act as role models to our Fellows
The program has a humongous aim to empower the community and the women. The fellowship is acing in it's perspective and working as per micro to macro principle. It stands out for me because nowhere else any fellow is groomed as an important individual belonging to a particular group or in general.
The founder, the team, the fellows, and the mentors, all had one thing in common. They all communicated really well with each other. There was no gap at any point. As a fellow, my network widened really fast. I connected with the best women across the country. I cannot think of making these connections at one place in any other setting.
Through activities like 1:1 with mentors and fellows really helped me to build a network, listen to so many struggles and success stories. Getting connected with like-minded people really helped me to weave my story.