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Key Points for Manal al-Sharif

  • Time's 100 Most Influential People in the World, 2012, TED Global Speaker, Edinburgh, 2014.
  • 75 Most Notable Speeches in History, Speeches of Note Book, Shaun Usher, 2018.
  • Hillary Clinton‘s Personal Hero, Gutsy Women Book.
  • Laureate of the Vaclav Havel Prize for Creative Dissent, Human Rights Foundation, 2011.
  • Oprah's Magazine #1 Summer Reads, Eight Summer Paperbacks, 2017.
  • Panelist with HH the Dalai Lama, Forum 2000, 2016.
  • The World’s Top 50 Women In Tech, Forbes, 2018.
  • Leader of the #Women2Drive Movement that Won Saudi Women the Right to Drive.
  • Readers' Choice Award, Good Reads, 2017.

Topics for Manal al-Sharif

  • Women's rights
  • Women in leadership
  • Women in tech and cybersecurity
  • Diversity, equity and inclusion

Testimonials for Manal al-Sharif

Manal al-Sharif was a keynote speaker at the 29th Annual Professional BusinessWomen of California conference. Manal's personal story from the main-stage really resonated with our audience. She was an incredible speaker who left our attendees uplifted, inspired, empowered and wanting to hear more!
Acting Chief Executive Officer
Professional Business Women of California

I had the pleasure and good fortune of hosting Manal Alsharif at Carleton College in January of 2013. Students were powerfully moved by her example. Her personable demeanour showed them that they too can achieve greatness one stand at a time.
Carleton College

Manal Alsharif is a powerful and inspiring speaker who brought the WIRED audience to its feet in admiration. Rarely do you hear a speaker whose story is as compelling as she is courageous.
WIRED magazine in London

Manal Al Sharif was a guest at the Internazionale journalism festival in Ferrara in 2012. I particularly appreciated Manal's speech. She told the audience about the consequences she had to face for driving: pressures on her family and her child, jail, social burden. The crowd stood up in an applause at the end of her speech: I would have done the same hadn't I been the moderator.
La Repubblica