Leila Ghandi is an award winning TV host journalist, producer, commentator, book author, speaker, photographer and civil society activist. She has become a key figure of the media landscape.
She produces and hosts a monthly prime time television show broadcast on the most popular Moroccan TV channel (2MTV and 2M World).
Viewed by over 2 million people each month, episodes are filmed internationally with guests that include presidents and women activists and is an inspirational speaker in locations such as the European Parliament and the UNESCO.
Her photographic work is exhibited worldwide.

She holds a Masters degree from Sciences Po Paris (France), an Executive Program from Harvard (USA), a B.A (Hons) in European Management from the University of Portsmouth (UK).
Leila is Moroccan-French binational and speaks five languages. Through her expansive media presence she promotes the representation of free Arab muslim women, women's empowerment, human rights, and aims to build and promote dialogue between cultures. Leila is also committed with NGOs, state agencies and international Foundations such as Drosos for Human Development, Mohammed VI Foundation for the Protection of the Environment, and the Department of International Cooperation of Monaco.

She has been named opinion leader by the UN organization Search for Common Grounds, she has won media awards including the Anna Lindh Journalist Award, and awards for leadership and career achievement, including the Euro-Mediterranean Woman Success Trophy, the Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres from the Republic of France, and the TIZI Leadership Award.
She has been chosen to represent North Africa at the exhibition Summit of the African Union in Adis Ababa, and ranked by Jeune Afrique Magazine among the 50 people with most influence in Morocco.