|Rose, Hilary 12 August 2017||She is known to be the first Saudi woman to specialize in Information Security with a career started back in 2002 with Saudi Aramco, the largest oil company in the world at the time|
|On 2008, Huwaider filmed herself driving and received international media attention after the video was posted on||The month of May 2011: May 3rd, 2011: we announced Women2Drive movement|
Al-Sharif is fluent in English as she has lived in both New Hampshire and Australia.
|As of June 2017 , the two sons had never met in person other than from video calls||External links [ ] Wikiquote has quotations related to: Wikimedia Commons has media related to|
|Both news organisations attributed the long duration of al-Sharif's detention to Saudi authorities' fear of a wider||, and then hit preview on the right|
She drove with two women passengers in and was detained by traffic police in the presence of the CPVPV.
|On 7 October 2013, it was announced that al-Ghamdi had been sentenced to 8 years in prison, plus 800 lashes||The New York Times described al-Sharif's campaign as a "budding protest movement" that the Saudi government tried to "swiftly extinguish"|
|Her lawyer Adnan al-Saleh said that she had been charged with " women to drive" and "rallying public opinion"||" Al-Sharif quoted a report of a Saudi intelligences services infiltrator in Twitter who enabled the authorities to identify and arrest well-known Saudi Twitter users who had until then been protected by their anonymity|
The video was posted to YouTube and Facebook.3