Hisham Jaroudi is an architect, engineer and developer whose large scale residential, commercial and public projects can be found across the Middle-East.
Fadumo Dayib is an accomplished Somali politician and the first woman to run for President of Somalia during the 2016 elections.
Ricardo Karam hosts Princess Ghida Talal, Nora Jumblatt and Leila Iskandar in this episode of “Women on the Front Line” in Beirut.
Ramzi Haidamus is an American high-tech product engineer of Lebanese origins. He worked with Dolby Laboratories, a software and hardware company.
Ayad Nasser became an entrepreneur at a very young age, he is well known as a prominent Lebanese business man, investor, environmental activist and philanthropist and the founder of Loft Investments, a prominent development and investment company.
Rula Jebreal, born in 1973, is a Palestinian foreign policy analyst, journalist, novelist and screenwriter with dual Israeli and Italian citizenship.
Emma Bonino is a prominent and highly-respected politician who most recently served as Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Ricardo Karam hosts Lamis Al Hadidi, Gisele Khoury, Laila Al Shaikhli, and Aziza Nait Sibaha in this episode of “Women on the Front Line” in Amman.
Saleh Barakat, born in 1969 in Beirut, Lebanon, is a Lebanese art expert, gallery owner and curator.
Farid Chedid is a Lebanese businessman and the CEO of Capital Holding which is specialized in insurance and reinsurance.
In part two of the “Lebanese in the Gulf” series, Ricardo Karam hosts the Lebanese expats Roldolphe Melki, Georges Audi, Nada Frangie and Ali Jaber.
In part one of the “Lebanese in the Gulf” series, Ricardo Karam hosts the Lebanese expats Simon Karam, Albert Matta and Mounir Issa,
Ricardo Karam hosted three exemplary Kuwaiti women who discussed the importance of engaging the youth and helping them utilize their capabilities to secure a better future.
Bill Gates is an American business magnate, investor, author, philanthropist, humanitarian, and principal founder of Microsoft Corporation.
Raymond Khoury is a Lebanese screenwriter and novelist. During the early days of his screenwriting career, before he was even able to attract an agent, Khoury completed a screenplay he called “The Last Templar”.
Avec mon amitié et mes remerciements pour une des rares interviews que j’ai pris plaisir à faire
En appréciation d’un dialogue (en 6 parties jusqu’à maintenant) fort et important et particulièrement constructif
Thank you for the wonderful moments, for the magical questions and may God bless you