List of Richest Women from Saudi Arabia

Every people dreams of being rich, having a pool of money which can they spend in any way which they want. Everyone want to know about billionaires life style and how they earn money to became rich. Many women billionaires have born in Saudi Arabia, the stories of these billionaires always motivate and inspire people to achieve a special goal in life.

Today we will introduce you about top richest women from Saudi Arabia with their income source, net worth and images. Here are the list of richest women from Saudi Arabia.

Richest Women from Saudi Arabia List

1. Lubna Olayan

Lubna Olayan

Lubna Olayan is a famous business woman of Saudi Arabia. She is a CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of Olayan Financing Company. He was born on 4th August 1955 in Saudi Arabia. She is the first women in this country who deliver an opening keynote address at Major conference. She is a richest business woman with a net worth of 8 billion USD dollar.

Lubna Olayan: Saudi Businesswoman

2. Joelle Mardinian

Joelle Mardinian

Joelle Mardinian is a famous business woman of Saudi Arabia who was born on Chief Executive Officer of Joelle Group. He was born on 27th November 1977. She is popularly known as TV show host. After moving to Dubai she started her eponymous company.

Joelle Mardinian: Lebanese make-up Artist

3. Omaira Farooq Al Olama

Omaira Farooq Al Olama

Omaira Farooq Al Olama is a managing Director and founder of ALF Administration (Advanced Learning Formulas). She started her company in 2010. She did her bachelor degree in International politics from San Francisco. She is also a finalist of Emirates Women 2017 Achievers award.

Omaira Farooq Al Olama: Managing Director of ALF

4. Shafeena Yusuff Ali

Shafeena Yusuff Ali

Shafeena Yusuff Ali is a famous business woman who is a chief executive officer of Tablez food company. This company growing very rapidly and having concepts such as Genghis Grill, Famous Dave’s and Sugar Factory. She is the richest business woman of Saudi Arabia.

Shafeena Yusuff Ali: Saudi Businesswoman

5. Alanoud Badr

Alanoud Badr

Alanoud Badr was born on 10th March 1985 in Saudi Arabia. She is a famous business woman who is a founder and designer of Lady Fozaza. She fought against the stereotypes to become successful designer. She is famous lady designer of Saudi Arabia.

Alanoud Badr: Saudi Arabian Fashion Designer

6. Jumana Abu-Hannoud

Jumana Abu-Hannoud

Jumana Abu-Hannoud is a managing director and Gulf area officer of SOS Children’s Villages International. She is a passionate about humanitarian work. She also work for HRM princess Haya for five years to implement and develop national, regional and international strategies around education and health.

Jumana Abu-Hannoud: Managing Director

7. Mariam Farag

Mariam Farag

Mariam Farag is a Head of Corporate Social Responsibility at MBC Group. She is a great entrepreneur of Saudi Arabia. Before joining the MBC Group she working for United Nations. She is one of the richest woman of Saudi Arabia.

Mariam Farag: Saudi Entrepreneur

8. Thoraya Obaid

Thoraya Obaid

Thoraya Obaid is a executive director of United National Population Fund for 10 years. She is the first woman of Saudi Arabia who head a United Nations Agency. In 1963 she became the first woman to receive a government scholarship.

Thoraya Obaid: Executive Director of UNPF

9. Muna Abu Sulayman

Muna Abu Sulayman

Muna Abu Sulayman was born on 16th May 1973 in Saudi Arabia. She is a famous Arabian Muslim personality. She completed her graduation from George Mason University. She is famous entrepreneur and founding secretary general of Alwaleed Bin Talal Foundation.

Muna Abu Sulayman: Saudi Businesswoman

10. Nahed Taher

Nahed Taher

Nahed Taher is a famous business woman of Saudi Arabia. She is a founder and chief executive officer of Gulf One Investment Bank. The headquarters of this bank situated in Bahrain. Taher completed her graduation from King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Nahed Taher: Saudi Businesswoman

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