Christine Dawood Biography
Christine Dawood Age
Christine Dawood was born in 1977. She is 46 yrs old.
Christine Dawood Height
Dawood stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 6 inches/1.67 m tall.
Christine Dawood Education
Christine completed her secondary education at FOS/BOS Rosenheim before enrolling at Reutlingen University for her bachelor’s degree in international business administration.
As part of an exchange program, she also studied at HEC Paris. She later earned a master’s degree in organizational psychology from Kingston University and a certification in executive coaching from the University of Oxford’s Sad Business School.
Christine Dawood Family
Christine Dawood’s father is known as Mr. Meckel, and her mother is Mrs. Meckel. Unfortunately, no other information is supplied concerning their identities, occupations, or backgrounds.
Christine Dawood Husband
Christine Dawood first met Shahzada Dawood while both were students at Reutlingen University in Germany. Suleman Dawood and Alina Dawood are their two children from their marriage in 2001. Suleman is 19 years old and a student at Harvard University. Alina is seventeen years old and attends school in London.
Christine lives in Surbiton, South-West London, with her family. They also have a residence in Pakistan’s Lahore. Christine and Shahzada are international travelers who have visited several nations. They also enjoy animals and have multiple pets.
Christine’s husband, Shahzada Dawood, and their son, Suleman, are among the five persons who have gone missing since their submersible went down near the Titanic disaster site on June 19, 2023. OceanGate Expeditions, a firm that organizes tourist expeditions to examine the sunken ship, operated the submersible. The rescue and search operation is currently ongoing.
Christine Dawood’s Net Worth
Christine has an approximate net worth ranging between $250- $350 million.
Christine Dawood Career
Christine began her career as a textile worker in Germany, working for a variety of companies. She then established her own commercially successful organic agriculture business in Punjab, Pakistan. She also became involved in her husband’s family business, which is the vice chairman of Engro Corporation, one of Pakistan’s major conglomerates.
She is the executive coach and CEO of Next Step Now Ltd, a company that offers coaching and mentoring to individuals and businesses. She also serves on the board of The Dawood Foundation, a non-profit organization that promotes education, health, and social development efforts in Pakistan. She also serves on the Global Advisory Board of Prince’s Trust International, a nonprofit that assists young people all over the world in achieving success.
In 1992, she started working for herself as an apprentice at GALERIA Karstadt Kaufhof GmbH, where she received training to become a “Einzelhandelskauffrau,” or trained retail salesman. She spent two years and ten months polishing her skills in the retail sector.
After completing her apprenticeship, Christine worked from 1995 to 1998 as a “Raumausstatter” at Raumausstattung Neuman in Rosenheim, Germany. This experience enabled her to gain competence in designing both aesthetically pleasing and useful spaces. She founded her own company, Imhotep Organics Pte Ltd, in 2004, and served as CEO and Founder. She headed the company for six years, focusing on organic products and encouraging sustainable methods.
From March to November 2019, she worked as a Freelance Trainer in well-being @Work at Empreinte Humaine in the Paris region of France. This was a continuation of her entrepreneurial spirit. She contributed her knowledge and expertise in fostering workplace well-being throughout this time. She began working as a Family Advisor for Dawood Hercules Corporation Limited in 2010. For over eleven years, she gave vital insights and leadership to the organization, cultivating a culture of family-centric values and principles.
On June 18, 2023, a tourist submarine operated by OceanGate Expeditions disappeared in the North Atlantic Ocean not far from the wreck of the Titanic, which was a horrible accident known as the 2023 Titan submersible tragedy. Five people were on board CEO of OceanGate; Shahzada Dawood and his son Suleman, a British-Pakistani businessman; the Titan submersible: Stockton Rush, founder; Hamish Harding, a British billionaire; and Paul-Henri Nargeolet, a French explorer;
A submersible mission had as its goal the British ocean liner Titanic, which sank in 1912 after colliding with an iceberg. About 3,810 meters (12,500 feet) below the surface, the Titanic holds a prominent place in popular culture.
The breathable air supply of the craft was expected to run out on the morning of June 22, 2023. Sonar equipment picked up thumping noises from the ocean below, and remote underwater vehicles were launched to locate the submersible and any survivors. However, no contact had been made with the submersible or its crew as of 21 June 2023.
The tragedy has prompted concerns about the safety and ethics of tourist trips to the Titanic, which some regard as a holy site and mass cemetery. According to OceanGate, strict guidelines and standards were followed to ensure the passengers’ and the wreck’s safety.. In addition, the corporation stated that it used an internet connection from SpaceX’s Starlink satellite system to support the mission.
The Titan submarine was built to descend to depths of up to 4,000 meters (13,000 feet) and to provide life support for five crew members for 96 hours. It was made of carbon fiber and titanium and included monitoring devices to constantly assess the hull’s strength. A wireless PC game controller with customized joysticks served as the steering controls.