Latifa Al-Zahrani

Latifa Al-Zahrani

On May 18, Saudi female students walked away with a record-breaking performance at Intel ISEF (International Science and Engineering Fair), the world’s largest pre-college science competition.

Aisha Bint Abdullah

Aisha Bint Abdullah

Melissa Twigg is a reporter for The Independent, one of Britain’s longest-established and outspoken newspapers. She is also young and sinlge.

Hasnaa Ali

Hasnaa Ali

On May 15, 2018, Riyadh saw its first motor show for women, “Pinkish”, at the capital’s International Convention and Exhibition Center.

هبة اليوسف

Heba Al-Youssef

In college student circles, she’s been dubbed the “mother of scholarship students”. Only years ago, Saudi Mona Al-Aseeri moved to LA, California with her family, accompanying her children as they pursued their college education in the US.

Laila Al Amri

Laila Al Amri

In a unanimous board decision, the Saudi Federation for Cyber Security, Programming and Drones (SAFCSP) has announced the appointment of Nouf bint Abdullah Al-Rakan to the role of CEO.

Mashael Al Qahtani

Mashael Al Qahtani

The countdown for the most anticipated, and possibly the biggest, reform push by Saudi authorities on women’s rights and empowerment has begun; only 60 days remain until Saudi women can officially start obtaining driver’s licenses on June 23, 2018.

Aisha Bint Abdullah

Aisha Bint Abdullah

Saudi Arabia’s reformative push has been gaining both momentum and favor with international media outlets.

Latifa Al-Zahrani

Latifa Al-Zahrani

At the 2018 International Inventions Exhibitions Geneva, held in the Swiss capital from April 11 to April 15, Saudi inventor Maha Taleb Al Saadoun walked away with a Gold medal under the energy Environmental Protection category for her hydraulic and co

Haifa Al Dosari

Haifa Al Dosari

In a press conference held on April 8, Princess Seeta bint Abdulaziz Foundation’s Board of Trustees announced the winners of its fifth awards edition, this year under the theme of “Lasting Impact”.