Princess Sora bint Saud Al-Saud is a philanthropist and entrepreneur. She is the granddaughter of the late King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud.
Princess Sora attained her BA in psychology from the American University, Washington, DC, in 2015.
Her philanthropic leadership experience includes establishing Ahyaha Foundation in partnership with her husband Prince Abdul Aziz bin Talal Al-Saud. The foundation focuses on improving the community through sustainable, creative, and social programs on youth and education, sustainable development, water resources and traffic safety and awareness.
On an international level, she became an honorary ambassador for Mentor International in 2017, a youth advocacy program chaired by Queen Silvia of Sweden.
Her participation within the foundation include her joining Queen Silvia and Princess Madeleine at the Mentor Foundation USA’s International Gala in 2012, and co-chairing the 2018 In Light of Youth Benefit Dinner in the presence of Queen Silvia.
On Sunday, Princess Sora sponsored the celebration of the foundation’s 25th anniversary at the Swedish Embassy in Washington, DC, on behalf of Queen Silvia.
In her speech, Princess Sora praised the vision and efforts of Queen Silvia, pointing out that the impact of the Foundation has reached more than 80 countries and helped more than 6 million children and adolescents through programs that contributed to empower and develop their talents and keep them away from dangerous drugs and behavior.