Rania H. Anderson



Globally sought-after keynote speaker for men, women, managers. leaders and university students. Boost business by advancing women in the workplace.

About: Rania is a global expert in the practical actions that leaders take to accelerate their success and build high performing, diverse, equitable teams that produce stellar results.

With over 25 years coaching executives, corporate experience, two paradigm-shifting books, and her experience as a woman of color and immigrant, Rania draws on diverse experiences and practical insights.

Originally from the Middle East and having lived, traveled and worked in both developing and developed countries, she has a global perspective of women, immigrants and people of color in the workplace and in leadership.

As an international keynote speaker at corporations, conferences, and universities, Rania shows success-minded leaders and managers in the United States and emerging economies how to work, advance and lead more equitably together. With a refreshingly direct approach, she identifies overlooked opportunities, shares breakthrough insights, and provides tangible, evidence-based action that can immediately be adopted.


Conscious Inclusion | The intentional role men, managers and leaders need to take to accelerate their businesses by advancing women.| The strategic role of leaders to drive business results through gender balance in the workplace. | How to sponsor women at work | What women want from men in the workplace| shifts to achieve global economic prosperity through gender parity. | The six success habits of women in emerging economies. | How women advance in their careers and businesses. | How women can attain senior or executive leadership positions. | Network and succeed by building a 360 Network | Executive Presence

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