Leading Saudi Women Present at a London Empowerment Event

Leading Saudi Women Present at a London Empowerment Event

At an event held on Thursday at the Saudi Embassy in London by the female advocacy group Johara Global, a group of trailblazing Saudi women discussed their experiences in leadership roles.

The first Saudi woman to climb Mount Everest, Raha Moharrak, together with the country’s first female soprano and culinary artist Nawal Al-Khalawi, talked on how the Middle East’s perception of women in leadership roles was evolving.

They also discussed the difficulties they had encountered as women, how they overcame them, and how their experiences had redefined what it meant to be a woman in a society that was changing in accordance with Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030.

The guest speaker was Reema Juffali, one of the first Saudi women to own a racing license and recognized by the BBC as one of the 100 most influential and inspiring women in the world.

Prince Khalid bin Bandar, the Saudi ambassador to the UK, gave the opening remarks. He praised Saudi women for their achievements and stressed the value of intercultural understanding in his opening remarks.

The chairwoman of Johara Global, Katie Partridge, also emphasized the importance that males may play in empowering women.

“Our goal is to provide a platform that unites cultures and supports the advancement of women in leadership,” the speaker stated. “We also recognize the beneficial roles that men and women play in advancing their respective societies.”

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