Saudi royals are continually shaping the way for the country with their work and contributions.
As a catalyst for change, Saudi princesses are always putting their best foot forward when it comes to making a difference in the Kingdom and globally.
From spearheading charitable organisations to raising breast cancer awareness, they’re all about giving back to society with an open heart.
To champion their dedicated spirit, Emirates Woman delved into each Saudi royal who continues to be a torch bearer for generations to come.
Her Royal Highness Princess Lamia bint Majid Al Saud
With her life’s mission to help others, Princess Lamia has been a strong advocate for women in all spheres. Through Alwaleed Philanthropies, she has been able to host impactful projects that help women achieve their goals while supporting local artisans and talent. In an interview with Emirates Woman she said, “If you are fortunate enough to have access to resources or a raised platform, it is your responsibility to support and empower those who are not as fortunate. ”
HRH Princess Al Joharah Bint Tala Al Saud
Known for championing causes surrounding female equality, Princess Al Joharah is the chairwoman of Atlal Almajd, that provides a broad range of services to make businesses more innovative globally. Having taken part in several global events such as the Women Empowerment Summit, she said, “Never forget where you came from, who has supported you or not and helped you reach where you are today.” As the founding member and board member of Saalima Association for Animal welfare, she is inspiring young women with her initiatives and is no stranger to the world of fashion with her impeccable sartorial choices.
Princess Reema bint Bandar Al Saud
When it comes to raising breast cancer awareness in the Kingdom, this princess has played a pivotal role. By keeping in line with Saudi’s 2030 vision, she tirelessly continues to expand work opportunities for women in the region. In 2020, she gained the title to become the first female to be Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the United States. As an active part of the sports community, she has been a member of the Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee since 2017 and International Olympic Committee (IOC) since 2018.
Her Royal Highness Princess Adela bint Abdullah Al Saud
By redefining the boundaries of a Saudi woman, her reputable role has taken a vocal stance for women’s empowerment on a series of occasions. By speaking out on issues such as ending domestic violence and introducing sports for girls in schools, she has had an effective role in reshaping society for women in the country. She’s the founding member and chairman of Sanad Charitable Society to Support Children with Cancer and president of the National Charitable Foundation for Home Health Care in Jeddah to curb any health care issue. For her contribution to society, she also received an accolade for being the first Arab lady in supporting women’s issues and humanitarian action.
Her Royal Highness Princess Moudi bint Khalid Al Saud
With over 30 years of active charitable contributions to the community, Princess Moudi has spearheaded several noteworthy initiatives such as her role as the secretary-general of the Down Syndrome Guardian Association, the secretary-general of the King Khaled Charitable Foundation and the Al-Nadha Women’s Charitable Society. Her key aim is to empower women and give them a platform to voice their opinions.
Princess Fahda bint Bander bin Abdullah Al Saud
As a prominent member of the royal family, Princess Fahda converted her passion for travel into a business. Along with her co-founder Manayer AL Sharekh, they launched an experience-based travel consultancy known as The Traveling Panther (TTP). She started the platform in 2015 to help people to plan their trips after successfully executing her own. With a keen passion for photography, she captured her favourite memories and uploaded them on the website. Over the years, her passion helped in connecting with like-minded individuals such as photographers and artists who made the journey even more special.
Princess Sora bint Saud Al Saud
As a prominent member of the House of Saud, Princess Sora is a well-reputed businesswoman. In partnership with her husband Prince Abdul Aziz bin Talal Al-Saud, she established Ahyaha Foundation that focuses on improving the community through sustainable and education focused initiatives. She is the granddaughter of the late King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud and continues to carry his strong legacy forward.
Princess Haifa bint Mohammed Al-Saud
As the assistant minister for Tourism at the Saudi Ministry of Tourism, she plays a key role in establishing effective regulations and policies in the local industry. With an outspoken attitude and mission to raise awareness on issues relating to women’s health, she ensures that such a crucial cause is given significant importance. Princess Haifa founded the Zahra Breast Cancer Association for early detection, prevention and treatment. Additionally, she sits on the board of directors at the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA), Qiddiya, the Tourism Development Fund (TDF) and the Tourism Development Council (TDC), balancing multiple roles in her career.
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