ExxonMobil Joins QAIC as its Newest Sponsor
The Qatar America Institute for Culture (QAIC) is thrilled to announce the signing of a sponsorship agreement with ExxonMobil Qatar Limited, an American multinational energy corporation with operations in Doha, Qatar, and one of the world’s largest independent exploration and production (E&P) companies.
QAIC’s mission and values place culture, education, and community at the heart of its programs. The new collaboration between QAIC and ExxonMobil will allow for more cultural exchanges, art exhibitions, and scholarly opportunities between Qatar and the United States.
The signatories of the agreement were Rochdi Younsi, Director of Middle East and North Africa, International Government Relations for Exxon Mobil Corporation in Washington, DC, and QAIC’s Executive Director, Fatima Al-Dosari.
“At QAIC, every sponsorship represents the beginning of a valuable partnership that we hope to cultivate for many years to come, and with ExxonMobil it is no different,” said QAIC’s Executive Director, Fatima Al-Dosari. “As QAIC’s focus for 2022 is heavily invested in sustainability efforts in the arts as well as in our communities, having a partner like ExxonMobil will grant us the ability to pursue these impactful programs and to have deeper dialogues on the importance of a sustainable future. I am thankful for ExxonMobil’s leadership for supporting us in this important endeavor and for trusting in us to further strengthen the cultural dialogue between the United States, Qatar, and the Arab and Islamic worlds.”
“ExxonMobil is pleased to become a sponsor of Qatar America Institute for Culture to help support the essential work the institute does to promote a closer relationship between Qatar and the United States, and a deeper understanding of their rich cultural heritages,” said Rochdi Younsi, ExxonMobil’s Senior Director of Middle East and North Africa, International Government Relations. “As a U.S. company with a long and respected history in Qatar, it is important to us that we support this work through various programs and channels of dialogue the institute creates.”
According to the ExxonMobil’s website, “access to energy underpins human comfort, mobility, economic prosperity and social progress. It touches nearly every aspect of modern life. Over the course of its long history of more than a century, ExxonMobil has evolved from a regional marketer of kerosene to an advanced energy and chemical innovator, and one of the largest publicly traded companies in the world. An industry leader in almost every aspect of the energy and chemical manufacturing businesses, we operate facilities or market products in most of the world’s countries, explore for oil and natural gas on six continents, and research and develop next-generation technologies to help meet the dual challenge of fueling global economies while addressing the risks of climate change.” For more information, go to www.corporate.exxonmobil.com.