Competing against 3,500 participants from across the globe, an all-female team of Saudi students landed a major win at P&G’s (Procter & Gamble) CEO Challenge, walking away with the competition’s first prize in a remarkable performance.
Saudi Arabia’s enduring ban on female drivers has been lifted; a historic moment with local celebrations and global media frenzy to boot. On the morning of June 24, the decree allowing Saudi women to drive officially came into effect.
For the first time in the fashion powerhouse name’s history, a Saudi princess is gracing the cover of Vogue Arabia, in an issue dedicated to honoring Saudi women’s accomplishments and developments in recent months.
In a service newly launched by the transport department for The Great Mosque of Makkah, also known as Al-Haram mosque, Saudi women were spotted, for the first time, driving around their fellow female pilgrims and visitors in electric vehicles.
Alejandro Agag, the CEO of Formula E, the worldwide electric street racing tournament, has revealed that the Saudi General Sport Authority has set official terms in favor of women’s participation in this first-time tournament for the Middle East.
In a landmark partnership for a Saudi artist with one of the world’s top luxury automotive brands, Saudi painter and artist Shalemar Sharbatly has just completed her artwork, a painting on the world’s most expensive car, the Pagani Zonda, valued at 3.5
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.