Born 44 years ago (18 January 1973) in Lebanon, she was raised in Europe with a college education at Panthéon Assas University in France where she obtained her first degree in Economics (1991) and DEUG diploma in law (1992). She graduated from the Sorbonne University in 1995 with a degree in International Law; she joined Dupré Law Office in Paris in 1996 for her internship assisting President Jacques Chirac’s Advisor.
During the last two decades Rania Dalloul along with her brothers has been working at the Dalfa Group Company and served as a Legal Advisor. The Dalfa Group is a family business established by her father over 30 years ago.
As well as joining the family business, Rania is also following in her mother’s footsteps, too. Maha Kaddoura is not only a successful businesswoman in her own right, but also shows an enormous dedication to philanthropy. Having founded a chain of retirement homes, and sitting on the Board of Trustees at Tufts University and the Dean’s Council of the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard, she has made a real name for herself in the professional world, while still making plenty of time for her family. Rania has taken her mother’s example to heart, and is a loving mother to seven children. Charity doesn’t end at home, though; she has also adopted some 18 children in India, and works with numerous orphanages across both India and Cambodia, to give the children there a chance to lead a happy, fulfilling life, no matter what their origins might be.