Aisha Bint Abdullah

Aisha Bint Abdullah

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.

Laila Al Amri

Laila Al Amri

In the past two years, the Saudi Ministry of Labor and Social Development rolled out a number of initiatives to grow women’s workforce contribution under the Saudi National Vision 2030 program.

Mashael Al Qahtani

Mashael Al Qahtani

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.

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.

Latifa Al-Zahrani

Latifa Al-Zahrani

Official authorities across the Saudi leadership board, are now rallying behind an actionable national strategy for Saudi women.

Haifa Al Dosari

Haifa Al Dosari

Saudi Arabia's Minister of Commerce and Investment, Majid Al-Qasabi, has issued a decree appointing Saudi Samar Bint Mazen Saleh, as the country’s trade attaché in Tokyo, marking a fir

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.

Aisha Bint Abdullah

Aisha Bint Abdullah

In recent months, Saudi women’s empowerment in the military sector been an intermittent topic of discussion in the Kingdom.

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.