17th of October marks Omanis Women’s Day, a day to celebrate the role of women in Oman.
His Majesty has always believed in us and seen as equal contributors alongside our partner the Omani man in building our beloved Country Oman. Proof is that Omani women today can be found in various positions as CEOs, Doctors, Teachers, Engineers, Musicians, Minsters, basically every where.
Including the roles of the stay at home mothers and the housewives their role is just as important as the others.
I consider myself privileged to be an Omani woman and have the opportunities that are available in this day and age.
My journey as a musician began at the age of 8 and have changed many jobs and paths during the course of my life. Finally finding my passion which is helping people as a life coach and social influencer.
I didn’t know it at the time but my challenges are what shaped me into the person who I am today. I now have bigger goals and very excited about the future, you know the saying the best is yet to come and I cant wait!
In celebration of this occasion I sat down with Times of Oman
“For HH Sayyida Mayya Al Said, her journey began at a young age, when she joined the Royal Oman Symphony Orchestra as a violinist at the age of eight.
With Oman celebrating Women’s Day this week on October 17, we speak to Omani women from across industries about what inspires them and how they’ve overcome challenges in their own lives.”
Sharing one of my favorite quotes on strong women
Here is to strong women,
may we know them,
may we be them,
may we raise them