● UNDETERRED awarded the Bronze medal in the Business category of the 2015 Independent Publisher Book Awards ● Rania named One of the top 17 personalities on Twitter covering the Middle East - Elan Magazine July 2014 ● The Way Women Work named 1 of 5 top blogs driving gender diversity - July 2014 ● Rania named a​Top Global Woman ​- Diplomatic Courier 2012 ● One of 150 women selected to participate in inaugural Wall Street Journal Women in the Economy Task Force ●

Rania Habiby Anderson is the author of ​UNDETERRED: The Six Success Habits of Women in Emerging Economies​, the first career advice book written for educated women in developing and emerging economies. A foremost expert on the professional advancement of women in emerging economies, Rania is an international speaker, regular contributor to business publications, executive business coach, and the founder of The Way Women Work. Founded in 2010, is a career advice platform visited by hundreds of thousands of women around the world. Rania is originally from the Middle East and has lived, worked and traveled all over the developing world.

Her early career success was at Bank of America where she progressed to a senior leadership role. She left the bank in 1997 to start and grow an executive coaching and consulting business. For the past 18 years, Rania has been an executive coach to business women and men around the world. She is also the co-founder of the eighth women’s angel investor network in the U.S., a group of 50 women who regularly invest in women-led businesses.

She holds a Masters of Science in Foreign Service, with an honors concentration in International Business, from Georgetown University and a Bachelor of Science, Business, from Oklahoma State University.

Follow her on Twitter @TheWayWomenWork

Additional expertise: developing and emerging economies, executive business coaching, career advancement of women in developing and emerging countries, angel investing in women-led business

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