Rania Dalloul was born on the 19 of January 1973 in Lebanon. Rania Dalloul is a Lebanese lawyer and Business woman, who also have interest in politics. Daughter to Fakhri Dalloul, the founder of Dalfa group and Maha Kaddoura owner of the Kaddoura Family Foundation (Kaddoura Association for Philanthropy helps mentally and physically impaired children and extends aid to an elderly nursing home). Rania was raised in Europe where she achieved her education and also started her career. She is family woman and a mother of 8 children.
Her legal career development which with her internship in 1996 developed into taking up the Legal Advisor position of the family business – established in 1983 by her father, Fakhri Dalloul. The company is a real estate business which operates, develops, leases and manages high net worth properties with a presence in the four continents including America, Europe, Asia and Africa. The company also diversified into chartered cruises with a fleet of yachts and franchising with major restaurant chains including Sahtein, Domino’s Pizza, Hardee’s, Cold Stone, Gustronomy, Moti Roti, and Auntie Anne’s. Rania is an accomplished negotiator, a skill which has helped her family business in no small ways helping to close high-end deals including the construction and renovation of the Bush Building and the sales of the Bush Tower to mention but a few.
Dalloul Rania has always donated a portion of her salary to various charities, and together with her family of seven, adopted 18 children from India. This remarkable trait was said to have been inherited from her mom ‘Maha Kaddoura’ a successful businesswoman and the owner of the Kaddoura Association for Philanthropy as well as a member of several reputable institutes.
Outside of her professional and philanthropic work, Rania Dalloul is also a passionate athlete, using sport as a way to relax and take her mind off the pressures of her work life. She participates in a wide range of sports, including cycling, swimming, and circuit training. She also regularly attends boot camps, where participants are really put through their paces. While exercise is a great way to keep strong and healthy, though, sometimes one needs to take some time out for mental wellbeing. To that end, Rania is also a real Yoga and meditation advocate. Coupling the Ashtanga and Iyendar forms of Yoga, and then taking the time to empty her mind of stress through meditation, she is able to keep a clear head at all times, and meet whatever challenges life might throw at her.