Rania obtained a Masters in Education from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. She is a teacher in the public education system in Ontario. As an educator, Rania has taken a lead role in building strong school/community partnerships, and integrating students’ cultural and linguistic identity into the school curriculum.
She has presented at international conferences on topics relating to equity in the education system and has both academic and non-academic publications. Rania travels provincially presenting to public school boards about addressing Islamophobia in the school system. Her work focuses on issues pertaining to identity, language and the power of multicultural education, as a learning approach that helps students understand and appreciate the global society.
Rania is also actively engaged in a variety of community initiatives and is involved in freelance writing projects.