In his role as the Director of External Relations for the Private Office of His Royal Highness Dr. AbdulAziz bin AbdulRahman bin AbdulAziz Al Saud, Saudi Arabia, Moaid Mahjoub has been instrumental in developing international partnerships on behalf of Prince AbdulAziz’ office since early 2016. Mr. Mahjoub also attends ceremonies and events on behalf of Prince AbdulAziz.
Since his appointment in January 2008 until December 2015 as Public Relations Director for the Private Office of Princess Jawahar bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia, Mr. Mahjoub has had a keen interest in diplomacy and international relations. So it is not surprising that in the past several years, Mr. Mahjoub has been recognized for his efforts to be a speaker and spokesperson of the culture of Saudi Arabia to others and why he was recognized by the Ministry of Culture and Media of Saudi Arabia as an Honorary Bridge Ambassador in 2012. He has since been recognized as a Cultural Ambassador by the South African Consulate in Jeddah. In April of 2014, he received a Calabash Bowl of Aloha from the Chair of the Honolulu City Council, for his work on building a bridge between the Gulf Region and Hawaii. And also in April of 2014, he received a Letter of Recognition from the San Mateo Community College District recognizing him as an Ambassador for the District. And in May of 2014, he was recognized as an Ambassador for the Criterion Group and Century 21 in San Francisco.
Mr. Mahjoub hopes to encourage the Gulf Region and the West to exchange more cultural activities and events. He hopes that through cross cultural exchanges, the West can better understand, empathize, appreciate, and enjoy the cultures of the Gulf Region, and that the Gulf Region countries can better understand, empathize with, appreciate, and enjoy the cultures of the countries in the West.
Mr. Mahjoub is the founder of the Youth Development Ambassadors program designed to train Youth Leaders to become empowered cultural ambassadors.