MentorTalks: Ugly Food & Data-Driven Strategies

When: Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2020 at 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM EST

Watch Online: International Exchange Alumni Facebook Page


How did a beginner blogger turn “uncelebrated food” into a recipe for success? Join us on Tuesday, December 15, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. ET on Facebook at ​@internationalexchangealumni when we talk to Rania Renno, author of ​Hungrily Homemade, ​on the next MentorTalks! We’ll discuss Rania’s career as an entrepreneur and creator of ​Hungrily Homemade, ​as well as her experience in digital marketing and data-driven strategy.​ ​In this episode, Rania will guide us through her culinary journey, while offering insight into how her professional path has shaped who she is today and helped her to “own” her brand. Rania’s long-standing appreciation for good food and community has led her to experimenting with and developing her own recipes for years. While it simply began as an opportunity for Rania to disconnect and express herself outside of work in the kitchen, her hobby eventually turned into a way for her to serve others through her love of cooking. Tune in, ask questions, and be inspired!


Rania Renno
Blogger and Creator, Hungrily Homemade

Rania Renno is the creator of Hungrily Homemade, a blog about her passion for "uncelebrated food" and the home chef. As a writer, content creator, and recipe developer, Rania’s work is driven by the importance of embracing the cultural impact of cuisine. Her cooking and the foods she brings to her table and to tables worldwide is heavily influenced by her Lebanese and Palestinian heritage. Rania has an extensive digital marketing background with a focus on data-driven digital tech solutions and strategies for large name brands. She is fluent in Arabic and will participate in an ECA virtual program with Qatar in 2021.

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