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Know who are the three Saudi women appointed in top roles by royal decree

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Saudi King Salman appointed three women in top leading roles via an official royal decree on Monday Night.

The first is Dr. Tamadr bint Yousif Al-Rammah, Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Development. She holds a PhD in Radiology and Medical Engineering from the University of Manchester's School of Medicine, and was a Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Affairs for Saudization.

Professor Kawther bint Mousa Al-Arbash was also appointed as a member of the Board of Trustees of the King Abdulaziz Center for National Dialogue.

She holds a BA in Business Administration from King Faisal University and was a member of the Shura Council.

Dr. Ghada Bint Ghunaim Al-Ghunaim has also been named as a member of the Board of Trustees of King Abdulaziz Center for National Dialogue.

She holds a PhD in Conflict Analysis and Solutions from the University of South-East Nova in America.