RANIA BADRELDIN is a happiness consultant, international speaker and TEDx presenter, NLP and Hypnosis Master practitioner and coach, and seasoned social entrepreneur who is passionate about helping people across the globe live happier lives.
As Founder & CEO of The Family Hub - a social enterprise that delivers knowledge for wellbeing - Rania brings 25 years of experience, wit and authenticity to the stage and has a unique ability to inspire, engage and connect her audience.
Rania is also a certified Parent Educator and proud mother of three. She holds a BA in Business Administration from the American University in Cairo and is a graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 women program with AUC and Babson College. She has served as a mentor and speaker on women's entrepreneurship and leadership, parenting and wellness on countless occasions. Rania has delivered two TEDx talks: A TEDxTanta talk on "Respecting Kids" and TEDxCairoWomen talk on "The Secret of Work-Life Balance".
Rania is a member of the International Positive Psychology Association and the Greater Good Science Center - University of California, Berkeley as well as being a World Happiness Agora host.
Whether you're interested in hearing about happiness and wellbeing, parenting, leadership, entrepreneurship or mindset and the power of the unconscious mind, she's got you covered and can tailor a talk or workshop to your specific needs.
"Are you looking for a dry, staid, academic speaker?
Then Rania Badreldin is NOT your person!
Rania is infectious enthusiasm personified. She combines a grounding in the science of happiness and neurology with humor and love. Her presentations are irresistible!"
Co-founder of Gross National Happiness USA , creator of the Happiness Paradigm, author and lay happiness preacher.
"As a happiness coach, it is important to walk the talk; otherwise, if there's a discrepancy between the two, even a child can spot it from a mile away. From the moment you meet Rania, you know that she's someone who walks the talk. She's authentic, creative and funny - and of course, happy! I'd highly recommend her as a speaker and coach."
Professor of Marketing at the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin. Author of "If You're So Smart, Why Aren't You Happy", TED speaker, creator of one of Coursera's most popular courses "A Life of Happiness and Fulfillment".
"Rania was invited to speak at the University for Peace in Costa Rica during the Gross Global Happiness conference. This conference brought together a diverse group of professionals, all passionate about happiness and how to bring more of it to the world. She gave a wonderful, interactive workshop entitled ‘Love as the Key to Individual and Global Happiness.’ Not only did she impart interesting content that got participants up and moving around for a ‘learning by doing’ experience, she also emitted an amazing, positive energy that was contagious to all in the room. She was able to balance a level of professionalism with a level of vulnerability that really made the audience open up, share their own stories and walk away feeling connected to the content and peers. This is a difficult balance to achieve for many presenters, and Rania did so beautifully. I would recommend her as a facilitator for other events."
Program Manager, UPEACE Centre for Executive Education
University for Peace, Costa Rica
Rania presented a session on “Goal setting, and creating a life map” at the New Zealand Residence for participants of the “She Leads” young women’s leadership programme, which the New Zealand Embassy collaborated on with a number of other Cairo based missions. Her engaging and energetic style was very well received by the young women in attendance. She was well prepared, including with a number of activities to keep up the pace during the training session, and get people thinking outside the box. This was the second She Leads session Rania had hosted and it was clear that she had built a warm rapport with the participants who were very happy to see her again.
First Secretary, New Zealand Embassy, Cairo