Nana Ghaleb is an Instagram influencer from Lebanon. She debuted as an artist where her work has reached a lot of celebrities and gained people’s love. She is now an advocate for mental health and works to support local and national NGOs.
|Real name||Nana Ghaleb|
|profession||Marketing professional and TV personality|
|Age||19 years old|
|Date of birth||4 February 2004|
|profession||Student and influencer|
Nana Ghaleb Biography:
Nana Ghaleb was born on February 4, 2004 in Beirut, Lebanon. She has two sisters, Joya Ghaleb and Charlie-Joe Dekmak, as well as a brother, Joseph Ghaleb. Her parents are Rima El Adem and Saad Ghaleb.
She was diagnosed with an anxiety disorder at age 9 and began drawing as a coping mechanism. A few years later, she opened an Instagram account and started posting her traditional and digital art, which was recognized by a large number of people, including high-profile celebrities such as Ariana Grande and Madison Beer.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and along with some personal issues, her panic attacks worsened and she was later diagnosed with a panic disorder. This fueled her decision to stop posting art and instead began discussing mental health issues and supporting her followers. She was also an ambassador for Anera, an American NGO that aims to help Lebanon. In addition, she publicly supports many NGOs, including the Children’s Cancer Center of Lebanon, CCCL, and Sanad, The Home Hospice Organization of Lebanon.
Nana Ghaleb Career:
Apart from being a social media influencer and content creator, Well, well is currently a full-time student at the University of Balamand. She is majoring in medical laboratory science and aims to pursue a Ph.D. in hematology and oncology. When asked what inspired her decision, she says that oncology has always been an area of interest for her. In addition, one of her university professors, Dr. Zeina Dassouki, influenced and encouraged her enormously.
Throughout her lifetime, Well, well has never failed to express gratitude to the people around her. Despite living in a whirlwind world and having a lot of responsibilities, she feels a lot of appreciation for her mother, who is her ultimate role model, her family, friends, colleagues and professors. She believes that even acquaintances have influenced her life in one way or another. For her, you never meet someone by accident.