Undeterred Author Visits Georgia
Author: Meri Taliashvili
In celebration of Women’s History Month, the US embassy in Georgia invited Rania Anderson, as a leading authority on business women in emerging economies, to Georgia. Rania is one of those rare people to have devoted her life to social work and to helping women around the globe.
During her visit, Rania travelled to different parts of the country, gave lectures at five universities, and met business groups and displaced people. One the lectures she gave took place at Ilia State University and discussed: “Building a Network in the 21th Century.” It gave attending Georgian students priceless advice for a successful and meaningful life. The event was attended by the US ambassador to Georgia, Richard Norland, the Rector of Ilia State University, Dr. Giga Zedania, and students from different universities.
In 2010, Rania founded The Way Women Work - the online “How-to-Succeed” Guide for women in growing economies. She considers herself extremely fortunate to be doing her life’s work by equipping women around the world for success.
Georgia Today met Rania Habiby Anderson to ask her about herself and her visit to Georgia.