Second daughter to renowned Dr. Massoud Daher, and Dr. Sonia Daher, Nadine Daher was born in a cultured and widely respected home, bent on social progress. She grew up around people who worked hard for the advancement of society, and that inspired her to excel in studies that revolve around cultures and refined social behavior.
Nadine Daher rose to fame while maintaining her innate humility and friendliness. Cultures all over the world influenced her knowledge, skills and personal philosophy, yet she takes pride her Middle Eastern origin. She is an artist, and a credible figure in International Etiquette, personal image consultancy and corporate image building.
Education and Early Career
She began her education in Carmel Saint Josef in Beirut and her passion lead her to pursue higher education in the field of Sociology at the Lebanese University. Her fluency in Arabic, French, English, German and Spanish helped her notice the influence and importance of behavior so she attended special trainings in etiquette and protocol in Switzerland to prepare her for her duties as a wife of a diplomat in the diplomatic corps. Her admiration for refined social behavior and interaction took her to the Institute of Image Consulting in London, where she emerged an expert on etiquette.
Nadine Daher’s expertise in image consultancy and etiquette allows her to develop a wide range of trainings that suit the different needs of corporations, political figures, and individuals regardless of their age, gender or status.
In Ms Daher’s first book on social etiquette, “Al Etiquette ‘Elem w Layaka” (etiquette: science and courtesy), she sheds light on the meaning and origin of etiquette, the evolution of etiquette in different countries, and the myths and facts about etiquette.
In 2014, she launched a second book which gives parents insight on how to educate their children, whether adolescent or pre-adolescent, about etiquette and optimum social behavior.
In 2010, she established the first institute for image consultancy, social etiquette and corporate etiquette, which aims to educate a generation that can impress the world with its finely tuned manners.
Today, she hosts the “Etiquette” segment on MTV Lebanon’s “Alive” Show.