Rania’s early life and career information
Rania Dalloul was born on January 18th, 1973. She is a Lebanese, but she was raised abroad. In 1992, Rania obtained her Economics baccalaureate with honors, and she bagged the DEUG diploma the following year.
In 1996, Rania kick-started her career at the Dupré Law Office by working as an intern to the lawyer of President Jacques Chirac.
Recently, she serves as the Legal Advisor at the Dalfa Group, a company that was created in 1983 by her father, a highly reputable businessman. With the sole aim of developing her legal skills, Rania, during her studies, has learned to be greatly efficient when it comes to making negotiations, and this later became really useful for her professional career.
That didn’t end there: Rania also acquired the skills to process large volumes of data — these are imperative skills when large scale projects are concerned. She later furthered her education at the Paris-Sorbonne University, where she bagged a degree in International Law.
Rania’s entire career revolves around the Dalfa Groups (also known as the Dalloul Family Group). She has been working with the group from 1998 to date.
Rania Dalloul is also an active feminist supporter
Rania earnestly follows her mother’s example. Rania’s mother, Maha Kaddoura is a highly respected and successful businesswoman who owns the Kaddoura Association for Philanthropy (a retirement home). Aside from that, she is a member of different institutes, which include:
· Advisory Board of the LAU
· Board of Trustees at Tufts University
· Dean’s Council of John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University
· Advisory Board of the IHJR, AUAF
She serves as a very good example for her daughter, educating her (Rania) on how to combine career with family life. Rania is not a highly professional and irreplaceable employee, she is a proud mother of 7.
Rania, following her mother’s footsteps, has become a radical philanthropist. She adopted 18 children from India, and this is just a fragment of the continuous help she has rendered to orphanage homes in India, Cambodia as so many other institutions in the Middle East.
Rania Dalloul is also active feminist — she marched alongside about twelve thousand women in London against President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Rania Dalloul’s hobbies
Rania loves being active, and that explains why she has many hobbies that she practices on a daily basis. Her hobbies include:
2. Boot camps
5. Circuit Training
Rania understands the great benefits Yoga brings to table, so she practices Ashtanga and Iyenga Yoga in order to create a balance in her inner energy. These aren’t all Rania does, she meditates too. Rania believes that a well balanced combination of Yoga and meditation is essential for focusing one’s mind, and so she visits India often in search of harmony.
Another thing Rania Dalloul loves is cooking. Rania has excelled in Mediterranean cuisine, in her friends’ and family’s opinion. She even has a cookbook published, so that anyone can taste her culinary creations.