Entrepreneur, actress, author, philanthropist in New York
Nabila Khashoggi moved to Europe and attended school in the countries of England, France, and Switzerland before joining her father at Triad Commercial Corporation and Al-Nasr Trading. As Vice President, Ms. Khashoggi oversaw the development of marketing and financing projects for integrated agricultural complexes in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. She also managed import and export commodity trading, as well as marketing and lease financing for a newly created Russian commercial fleet. After gaining experience at Triad Commercial Corporation and Al-Nasr Trading, Nabila Khashoggi co-founded the travel information company Infolex and worked with her brother on a number of real estate development medical equipment distribution projects. Alongside her successful career in business, Nabila Khashoggi has devoted her time and energy to acting. Ms. Khashoggi began this endeavor by studying for two years with Joanne Baron, a Los Angeles acting coach who has worked with film stars like Robert De Niro, Diane Keaton, and Jack Nicholson. On the stage, Nabila Khashoggi played the role of Fanny Kemble in the John Cargill play Everything in the Garden, which opened in London; her performance was praised by critics and audiences alike. She also has appeared on television on such series as Adderly and Beverly Hills, 90210, and in films, playing Leila in Labyrinth, Kelley in Perfume, and Sapsea's Maid in The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Today, Nabila Khashoggi resides in New York City where she raises money for entertainment and industrial projects. She enjoys spending time with her two sons and working on a number of creative endeavors, including a children's comic book series called Spartan and the Green Egg, in which young characters journey around the world to learn about new cultures and environments. Ms. Khashoggi currently prepares to launch her own line of natural cosmetics and body care products.