Monegasque-moroccan award winning TV host reporter, documentary film director, published author and content producer with millions of viewers on TV (2M Maroc, France2) and an audience of nearly a million people on her digital platform, Leila Ghandi advocates for the protection of the environment, women empowerment, and the dialogue between cultures. She produces tv and digital videos filmed internationally with guests that include Heads of State. For many years she has directed and hosted the well know 52 minutes TV serie named “Travel with Leila Ghandi” broadcast prime time on the moroccan public channel and which received international recognition including the Anna Lindh Euro Mediterranean Journalist Award.
Adventurer, she is said to be the first Moroccan and arab woman to have traveled the world solo and inspired other to do so, she has climbed the Kilimandjaro and reached twice the Everest base camp. She is an inspirational speaker and encourage the youth to overcome obstacles and reach their goals.
Leila graduated from Sciences Po Paris and was granted a full scholarship to undertake the “Women and power” executive program at Harvard.
She is an international MC, speaker and moderator at high level conferences and events including for United Nations agencies and the European Parliament.
Leila was named Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres by the French Government, Opinion Leader by the UN Agency Search For Common Ground, and Emerging European Leaders by the Aspen Institute; She has been chosen to represent North Africa at the exhibition Summit of the African Union in Adis Ababa, was ranked among the 50 people with the most influence in Morocco, and selected to be among 50 high level women of the Mediterranean region to take part to the Women Forum in Rome. Leila has won several awards internationally including the Anna Lindh Mediterranean Journalist Award.
In 2019 she is awarded by Who is Who International as a woman leader, she is chosen by L’Oreal Paris as a woman of worth for its international campaign and is nominated at the Monaco Influencer Award in the philanthropy category for her influence as a change maker and as a role model for women.