Rania Dalloul is the Assistant Director of Communication and Fundraising at UHAB, a housing nonprofit in New York City. She is has a background in research and nonprofit work, particularly around education, poverty, and housing among Palestinian refugees, with the United Nations and local NGOs in Beirut, Lebanon.
Born and raised in Kuwait to Palestinian-Lebanese parents, Rania attended university in Montreal in 2004 (BA, Political Science and Philosophy, Concordia University) and New York City in 2013 (MA, Parsons School of Design Strategies at the New School). Her most cherished work to date is a graphic novel she produced in collaboration with her sister Nada, tracing the oral histories of a midcentury postcolonial company town in Kuwait.
She is devoted to urban initiatives of inclusion, education, and literary activism, and brings her skills of research, social studies, and fieldwork to in.site collaborative.