Rania Hoteit is a multi-award winning serial entrepreneur, global impact leader, author, advisor and international speaker with recognitions from The White House, United Nations, United Kingdom Houses of Parliament, The Global CEO Excellence Award, The Global Business Insights Award and other prestigious honors. Throughout her career, Rania held multiple senior executive positions and managed cross-disciplinary collaborations with leading global organizations in technology, business and social innovation. With the depth of her expertise and exceptional success record, she is a sought-after leadership consultant and board member who guides innovation transformation, human development and business growth for companies around the world. Rania has been featured in notable publications including Forbes, Huffington Post, Inc, Entrepreneur, Le Commerce Du Levant, Thrive Global, The National Association of Manufacturers and Disrupt Magazine where she was named with Oprah Winfrey among “7 Disruptive Women Paving The Way For Success in 2022”.
As Founder and former CEO of ID4A Technologies, Rania built a global company whose cutting-edge developments have been revolutionizing manufacturing processes and creating significant environmental, economic and social impact worldwide. Under her
leadership, ID4A was recognized by the White House Office of Science and Technology for ‘Fostering The Development of Advanced Manufacturing in the US as The World’; ranked on Entrepreneur 360’s list of the “Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America”; honored on Inc. 5000 List of “America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies”; received Real Leaders “100 Top Impact Companies” Award and other global honors, including Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas Awards for the company’s innovative “Pandemic Response” and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s 2021 Citizens Awards for “Best Economic Opportunity and
Over the last decade, Rania has made significant investments in a wide range of philanthropic causes and created successful initiatives tackling diversity, inclusion and equality gaps across areas of education, technology, business and leadership. Through her commitments to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, over 2000 businesses adopted sustainable practices. Additionally, she contributed to reducing labor exploitation in global production pipelines by improving the skills and working conditions of over 2 million industrial workers thus far.