|Talking about motherhood Muna said that the years mothers spend raising their children should be taken into consideration when they are applying for a job||Early years [ ] From elementary school through college and graduate schools, she lived between Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, and the United States|
|In 2004, AbuSulayman was named a Young Leader by the||She graduated in 1993 from George Mason University and holds a and in English literature|
Women empowerment [ ] "When you change women's conditions and empower them, you change the whole family" said Muna in an article by , she also said, Prince AlWaleed firmly believes that encouraging and supporting women and female initiatives is one of the most important ways to measure real tangible progress in any country.21
|In 2006 she took on the task of building the Alwaleed bin Talal foundation, previously known as Kingdom Foundation||[ ] Education [ ] AbuSulayman attended in , and|
|Prior to taking this post she had no experience in and administration and she had to learn everything in the first 6 months working for the company, but also gained personal experience while working together with Alwaleed||She is currently completing her Ph|
AbuSulayman also serves in the Advisory Board of , the premier content translation website service in the world for Arabic.
|" Personal life [ ] AbuSulayman shares the custody of her two children with her former husband||In August 2013, AbuSulayman was announced as the Global Ambassador of|
|2019, Most Influential Person on Twitter, by The World Social Media Forum References [ ]• She is also the former founding Secretary General of the , the philanthropic arm of HRH Prince 's Kingdom Holding Company and co-host of the "Speech of the Soft" television show||When asked about getting this job she said in an interview with "I guess I did such a good job that he offered me the foundation"|
The most important thing they can do is to work to be content, happy, married and to have children.