Ms. Mroue-Fateh grew up in Lebanon and France. After completing high school in France she returned to Lebanon for undergraduate studies where she received a BA from American University of Beirut. Ms. Mroue-Fateh holds a MA in international law and diplomacy and a PhD in philosophy and international law and diplomacy from Tufts University, and a graduate degree in documentary filmmaking from George Washington University. She is the founder of Salt Productions, LLC, a documentary film production and distribution company. Salt specializes in films focused on international, social issues, cultural and historical topics. Ms. Mroue-Fateh has traveled extensively, speaks six languages, and has experience in journalism. She worked at the International Foundation for Election Systems and for the office of Preventive Diplomacy for the United Nations. She supports various children’s education programs and institutions including Time In Children’s Initiative (NY), THEARC (DC), Cool to Be Me (Cape Town) and the Maret School (DC). As a side passion, Ms. Mroue-Fateh also invests in gourmet and culinary ventures in the Washington, DC area. She enjoys skiing, various other sports, reading, traveling with family, and keeping abreast of international contemporary trends in the food industry, the arts, architecture, politics, and new digital technologies.