She received her bachelor’s degree in Arabic Language from the Faculty of Education in Tabuk. She completed her studies in Riyadh where she obtained her master's degree in Arabic Literature from the Faculty of Education in the literary department.
Al-Qarni was the head of public activity at the Faculty of Education in Tabuk for several years. She then assumed the position of Vice Dean of the Faculty of Education at Tabuk for literary departments. She is currently an assistant professor of modern Arabic literature at Princess Noura Bint Abdel-Rahman University.
She has published several poems in many local and Arabic publications and translated her works into English and German.
She was a member of several press and cultural institutions such as Al Yamamah Press Foundation and the Editorial Board of the series "Messages in Dialogue" issued by the King Abdulaziz Center for National Dialogue and a member of the Higher Committee for Education and a member of several academic committees in the Arabic Language Department at Princess Noura Bint Abdulrahman University.
Al-Qarni was awarded the Tabuk Scientific Excellence Award by Prince Fahd Bin Sultan, Emir of the Tabuk region, who was chosen in 2014 by Forbes magazine as one of the most powerful women in government in the Arab world.