Mohialdeen Saleh Kamel, director at Saudi Arabia’s Film Authority

Mohialdeen Saleh Kamel
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Updated 31 July 2020

Mohialdeen Saleh Kamel, director at Saudi Arabia’s Film Authority

Mohialdeen Saleh Kamel was recently appointed to the board of directors of Saudi Arabia’s Film Authority.

The authority will be responsible for the strategic development of the movie industry in the Kingdom.

It will also help develop and support filmmaking, market Saudi flicks regionally and internationally, gather information and statistics, build a database for the sector, encourage financing and investment, propose standards, and motivate individuals, institutions, and companies to produce creative content.

Kamel, who is also the deputy CEO of the projects sector at Dallah Al-Baraka Holding Co., gained a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of San Francisco, in the US, in 2002.

From 2003 to 2005, he worked as a general supervisor for Arab Radio and Television Network’s sports channels and served as deputy CEO of the media sector at Arab Media Co. between 2009 and 2011. 

He has also been the chairman of Dallah Media Production Co. since 2005.

In addition, Kamel is on the board of directors of numerous media organizations including Jordan Media City, Dallah Real Estate Investment Co., Almaza Real Estate Development Co., Arabian Tourism and Real Estate Development Co., Arab Digital Distribution Co., Arab Media Co., and the Arab Advertising Distribution Co.

He is also a board member of Jabal Omar Development Co., Dallah Al-Baraka Banking Group in Bahrain, and Al-Khozama Management Co.


Reem A. Alfrayan, executive director of G20 Saudi Secretariat

Reem A. Alfrayan
Updated 20 September 2020

Reem A. Alfrayan, executive director of G20 Saudi Secretariat

  • Alfrayan received a bachelor’s degree in technical education and training, workforce development and education at Ohio State University in 2001

Dr. Reem A. Alfrayan has been the executive director of G20 Saudi Secretariat since January 2019.
Commenting on women’s empowerment in the Kingdom, she recently said on a TV show: “We’ve passed the stage of dreaming; with the help of Vision 2030, they’ve become a reality, we need new dreams now.”
She was the first woman to be appointed as assistant secretary-general at the Council of Saudi Chambers in September 2014.
Alfrayan received a bachelor’s degree in technical education and training, workforce development and education at Ohio State University in 2001.
In 2002, she earned a master’s degree in instructional technologies and media policy, and leadership from the same university.
Alfrayan obtained another master’s degree in educational leadership and organization, policy and leadership at the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2013.
She did a Ph.D. in educational leadership and organization from the same university in 2014.
After obtaining her first master’s degree, she joined the Arab Open University as instructional technology unit supervisor at its headquarters in Kuwait in 2003.
Between 2005 and 2006, Alfrayan served as a training specialist with a project launched by the General Authority for Tourism and Antiquities.
She then joined King Abdul Aziz Medical City as an administrative planning and processing development officer.
She also served as general manager of businesswomen’s affairs at the Council of Saudi Chambers from October 2007 to January 2010.
Alfrayan also actively participates in volunteer work.