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Leila Ghandi was born on 26 July, 1980 in Casablanca, Morocco. Discover Leila Ghandi's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 40 years old?
|Age||40 years old|
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Leila Ghandi Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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The program Voyages avec Leila Ghandi have been shown in three seasons, and as of June 2016 18 episodes have been broadcast:
Between 3 and 8 May 2015, with twenty women, she participates in the "Women and Power: Leadership in a New World" program organized by the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University
In January 2014, she was elected among the 50 personalities that make Morocco by the magazine Jeune Afrique.
During her trip to Palestine in 2013, she met several personalities including Michel Warschawski, President Mahmoud Abbas she interviews for nearly an hour in his office of Mukataa in Ramallah.
In 2013, Leila Ghandi participates in the documentary of Serge Moati "Méditerranéennes – mille et un combats" [Mediterranean – thousand and one battles], broadcast on France 2 in the program Infrarouge [fr] .
Her episode "Leila Ghandi in Tunisia" was in competition at the Monte-Carlo Television Festival in June 2013.
Since 2012, she animated a program with her name on 2M TV Voyages avec Leila Ghandi (Travels with Leila Ghandi) which are broadcast monthly in prime time for the documentary program Des Histoires et des Hommes (Histories and Humans).
In March/April 2012, she exhibited her collection "Vies à vies" in the Art Gallery CDG of Rabat.
In 2011, Leila Ghandi won the first place award for the European Union-African Union Professional Photography Competition "African Beauty in all its states" as a representative for North Africa. her photos have been exhibited at the headquarters of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa Africa Hall and the French Alliance of Addis Ababa on the sidelines of the 16th AU Summit [fr] , held on January 30 and 31, 2011.
Leila was born in Casablanca in 1980. She is the daughter of Amal Alami and Ali Ghandi, former Director General of the Moroccan Association of the pharmaceutical industry died March 13, 2010. At age of 5, she entered the Théophile Gautier-school located in the district of Maârif until 1991, the date when she joined the Lycée Lyautey. After obtaining her baccalauréat in the Lycée Lyautey of Casablanca in 1998, Leila Ghandi joined between 1998 and 2002 BEM Management School in Bordeaux and studied international business. Later, in 2004, she obtained her Master at Sciences Po in Strategic Marketing in Politics. During her studies in Sciences Po, between 2002 and 2004, she did an exchange at the University of Portsmouth and obtain a degree in European Business and Management.
In 2009, she receives for her book the Literary prize from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
In 2008, she was a member of the jury at the 12th International Film Festival Adventure and Discovery in Val-d'Isère. The same year, she won the "Trophy of Success in the Feminine" at the Luxembourg Palace, delivered by Secretary of State for Urban Policy Fadela Amara.
In January 2007, she participated with four other photographers to expostion "Regards (de) marocains sur le monde" held at the Church of the Sacred Heart of Casablanca.
During her travel, she regularly sent emails to her family to tell them about her new life. Back in Morocco, the idea came to her to bring all her notes into a book. Thus it published in December 2006 Chronicles from China published by Le Fennec Editions. The preface of the book was done by Dominique Reynié, who was her professor at the Sciences Po in Paris.
During her trip in China, she took her first series called "Timeless China : la Chine d'un autre temps" which was exhibited at the Lucernaire Gallery [fr] (Paris) in January/February 2006.
She exhibits the same series at the Art Lounge Gallery of Beirut in April 2006, under the name of "Timeless China & spiritual, portraits of Tibet".
In December 2005, she exhibited some specimens around the Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés in Paris.
Leila Ghandi trip to China in 2003. A year later, she returns to the country to work in Franco-Chinese training center in Beijing depending on the Embassy of France in China [fr] as a responsible European project.
According to TelQuel, Leila Ghandi earn a salary around 20 000 dirhams per month (2000 $ USD).
During the French tour of jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater in 2000, Leila Ghandi accompanied him as a dancer. Percussionist, she is also a member of the Brazilian group "Batala" that occurs in many festivals and carnivals.
Leila Ghandi (Arabic: ليلى غاندي ; born July 26, 1980, in Casablanca), nicknamed "The Moroccan Titouan Lamazou [fr] " or "Bent Battouta" (The daughter of Ibn Battuta), is a Moroccan photographer and journalist.