Shermine Dajani

Shermine Dajani

Owner & CEO, Panmed Energy

Ms. Dajani is the owner and CEO of Panmed Energy, one of the leading consultancy firms specialized in services related to energy in Jordan and the region and a founding partner of Medgrid France. PanMed Energy provides consultancy services to multinational companies such as Tractebel Engineering and Lahmeyer on energy transmission, renewable energy and energy efficiency projects in Jordan and the region.

Ms. Dajani actively participates in international conferences as a speaker on environment, renewable energy and grid interconnection issues as well as women empowerment.

At present Ms. Dajani serves on several boards including the French think tank Institute de Prospective Economique du Monde Méditerranéen (IPEMED), Jordan Strategy Forum, Ronald McDonald House Charities, the Jordanian Italian Business Association and Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts. Ms. Dajani was also the founding partner in Medgrid, an alliance of 21 leading European and South Mediterranean energy companies established within the framework of the solar plan of the Union of the Mediterranean to study the technical and economic feasibility of the Mediterranean Grid Interconnection masterplan.

Ms. Dajani served on EDAMA a Jordanian association focusing on renewable energy issues and the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Jordan (CAFRAJ) and Al Mostaqbal Engineering and Environmental Consultants. Ms. Dajani is also a partner and board member of International Trading and Development Company. 

She is a member of the International Women’s Forum (IWF) and she was chosen by the Gibran Chair for Values and Peace at the University of Maryland among the leading Arab Women who have enriched and advanced their societies, overcoming barriers and exemplifying values of progress, peace and human rights for all.

Ms. Dajani is a recipient of the Légion d’honneur from the French Republic and she was recently awarded the ‘Order of the Crown’ on behalf of His Majesty King Philippe of Belgium.