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MENAFN - Arab News - 09/01/2014

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(MENAFN - Arab News) Saudi Arabia has many inspirational women that are ideal role models for future generations, a leading businesswoman said here recently.

Princess Reema bint Bandar Al-Saud, chief executive officer of Alfa International and Al-Hama LLC, and head of the judges' panel for the Arab Woman Awards, said this would contribute to a successful nation.

She made the comments on Wednesday in Riyadh at a meeting to pick the winners of the awards. ITP Consumer, the largest publishing group in the Gulf, established the awards in 2009, to honor inspirational Arab women.

"I'm very proud that my nation can give us so many accomplished and successful women from diverse backgrounds. I believe the event is an opportunity and responsibility to inspire the next generation. Our nation is blessed with enough role models to motivate us all to succeed."

The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on Jan. 29 in Riyadh. The event is strictly for women only.

The panel of judges includes Rasha Al-Turki, chief executive officer of Al-Nahda Philanthropic Society for Women; Rola Ashour, lecturer at Dar Al-Hekma College; Lina Almaeena, founder of the Jeddah United basketball team; Sue Holt, deputy general manager at ITP; and Nadine Al-Chaer, editor of Ahlan! Arabia, ITP's weekly female Arabic lifestyle magazine.

The nominees will be judged in different categories including business, education, art, literature, sport, fashion design, medical, humanitarian, media, government, Inspirational Arab Woman of the Year, and Lifetime Achievement.

Holt said the awards have gathered momentum in the Gulf. "These awards will now run annually in January so we can discover more talented women and hopefully create positive role models for others."

Since its formation, the event has honored over 170 successful women. In the past five years, it has grown from being held annually in the United Arab Emirates to include Qatar, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. It will be held in Bahrain in 2015.

 






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