Hind Ahmed Almutawa joined the Ministry of Energy in Feb 2015. As a Director of Regulation and supervision Department, Hind’s main focus is the Policies and Regulations supporting the ministry vision toward 2021 and the energy strategy to 2030 in the sector of Electricity and Clean Energy and Desalinated water. As a CEO of innovation, Hind is also in charge of the inception of the Innovation program in the ministry, setting of the strategy of enabling the innovation in the organization and manage the initiatives that would commence as part of the Innovation strategy. Before joining the ministry, Hind had worked as a Director of  Projects Department at Sharjah Electricity & Water Authority with focus on Power transmission & Distribution projects since 2012; preceded by being a Project manager of the Load dispatch Centre SCADA project since 2007. Three years earlier, Hind acted as a maintenance Engineer and Acting Head of Electrical maintenance Section in a power generation plant. Since 2002 till 2004, Hind started her career as an Engineer at Local Maintenance Center (ETISALAT). Hind was one of the second batch graduates of the Leadership Program at TATWEER, 2008. Winner of the Award of Distinguished Employee in Sharjah Government, 2006. One of the Formers of Women Engineering Student Society –WESS on Campus 2000. In 2015, Hind joined the Innovation Diploma; a program which is launched by Mohammed Bin Rashid Centre of Innovation in collaboration with Cambridge University. Hind holds a Msc in Engineering System Management (ESM), from The American University of Sharjah, where her dissertation analyzed the Economic feasibility Study of ” District Cooling Systems DCS”. The Project focuses mainly on economic evaluation of incepting DCS in certain premises and contribution to sustainability. She also holds a BSc in Electrical & Electronics Engineering from the same University and with very high Academic Standing. Hind has been actively working with Social organizations like the Sharjah Social Empowerment, and Sharjah City for humanitarian services.