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Rania-Anderson

Rania Anderson

Founder of The Way Women Work

Rania Habiby Anderson transforms the way people, lead and succeed equitably and together. She is an author, international keynote speaker on inclusive leadership, gender parity and the advancement of women and an executive business coach.

Rania is the author of two ground-breaking books: WE: Men, Women, and The Decisive Formula for Winning at Worka new roadmap for men, managers and leaders to recruit, retain, advance and lead with womenand Undeterred: The Six Success Habits of Women in Emerging Economies. Rania has spoken to thousands of women and men worldwide, at corporations, conference and universities, and worked with executives and teams globally at Fortune 100 companies including at PepsiCo, Bank of America, P&G, GE, GM, Microsoft and PwC.

She is known for her refreshing and practical approach and employs evidence-based research to behaviorally define inclusive leadership actions. Rania began her career at Bank of America where she worked in several capacities and attained a senior leadership role. She started her executive business coaching practice in 1997 and guides executives around the world. As an immigrant and woman of color, she draws on diverse experiences and practical insights to help leaders and teams drive inclusive growth.

Rania-Anderson

Rania Anderson

Founder of The Way Women Work

Rania Habiby Anderson transforms the way people, lead and succeed equitably and together. She is an author, international keynote speaker on inclusive leadership, gender parity and the advancement of women and an executive business coach.

Rania is the author of two ground-breaking books: WE: Men, Women, and The Decisive Formula for Winning at Work, a new roadmap for men, managers and leaders to recruit, retain, advance and lead with women and Undeterred: The Six Success Habits of Women in Emerging Economies. Rania has spoken to thousands of women and men worldwide, at corporations, conference and universities, and worked with executives and teams globally at Fortune 100 companies including at PepsiCo, Bank of America, P&G, GE, GM, Microsoft and PwC.

She is known for her refreshing and practical approach and employs evidence-based research to behaviorally define inclusive leadership actions. Rania began her career at Bank of America where she worked in several capacities and attained a senior leadership role. She started her executive business coaching practice in 1997 and guides executives around the world. As an immigrant and woman of color, she draws on diverse experiences and practical insights to help leaders and teams drive inclusive growth.