Fatima al-Ghamdi joined Saudi Aramco in the late 1990s. As a pharmacy graduate during her days, she says most women only had only options: either joined medical sector or become a teacher.
But as 20 years progressed, Ghamdi rose through the ranks with Aramco’s encouragement, made a significant career shift in and is currently the head of the company’s government relations department.
Ghamdi’s interview is part of an exclusive an exclusive documentary set to broadcast on Al Arabiya News Channel on Tuesday, June 26, at 7:00 KSA time about Saudi women's empowerment entitled “Aramco Female Leaders”.
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