July 27, 2018
Rania Dalloul Businesswoman and Philanthropist
Rania Dalloul, a 44-year-old citizen of Lebanon, adds her bit of wisdom to that thought. To some ignorance is bliss. For others, the greatest burden is life in harm’s way.” He doesn’t hesitate to ask, “Where do you draw the line?”
Rania Dalloul is the Assistant Director of Communication and Fundraising at UHAB, a housing nonprofit in New York City. She has a background in research and nonprofit work, particularly around education, poverty, and housing among Palestinian refugees, with the United Nations and local NGOs in Beirut, Lebanon.
Rania Dalloul is a woman of many parts making her presence felt in social, business and political works. With a robust background in law, Rania is never a pushover in business and had been a significant support to her family real estate business while lending a helping hand to her mother’s social works. Her penchant for alleviating the plight of the less privilege and upholding the rights of women has got her involved in fighting the cause of women’s right across the world including the recent Women’s March in the United States to protect President Trump’s women’s rights policy.
Rania Dalloul has contributed to many a key project of the Rania Dalloul Dalfa group. In particular, she was a member of the work group on the Bush Building redeveloping project in 2002. She was also a part of the legal team involved in closing the deal on selling the Bush Tower in 2011-2013.
Rania Dalloul is not only a Philanthropist, but she is also an active feminist supporter; she was among the groups of women in London who joined the Women’s March against President Donald Trump’s inauguration. Her charity work, sympathy to poor and support to organizations who worked for the underprivileged masses in the world is second to none.