My name is Rania Baker, and I grew up on a tiny island in the Mediterranean Sea called Cyprus. As the oldest of 4 kids, and the only girl, my parents had high aspirations for me. My passion had always been people – understanding them; fixing them; connecting to them; – so, it came as no surprise that I learned multiple languages. Following along with this passion for learning, my parents supported my scholastic endeavors 100% of the time. In fact, they ended up sending me to the US to complete my higher education. Initially, I started in Boston, where I did both my undergrad and my post-baccalaureate studies. From there, I moved to sunny Miami to pursue my Master’s degrees in science. My dream is to complete my MD/PhD studies and establish a pro bono teaching hospital, specifically for children. I have dedicated the majority of my life so far to scholastic growth, but now, I am exploring my more creative side. Ninjja Global, Inc. for me is more than just a job – it is an opportunity to change lives – not just mine, but all the people in our little niche; and all the people our clients represent.
Goals are meant to be surpassed. My overarching goals are to open multiple offices in all the different time zones in the world, representing non-profit organizations that need an extra boost. Once I have made enough of a difference, I will open a teaching hospital, and of course, retire my patients. My immediate goal is to bring our culture; our system; and our people to Montreal, Canada, where we can continue to save the children we represent.