HG Bishop Jeremiah, Dr. Ali Salman Former Prime minister,Mouni Fakhry Abd ElNour Former tourism minister, Mr. Magued George Former Enviromnent minister and actor Mahmoud Qabil
Grant COCC shield to Ms. Ola and handing it to her husband, Eng. Raouf Ghabbour in honor of its pioneering role in serving the community it is also known that Ms. Ola is one of the of 57357 Hospital founders.
Ms. Ola Lutfi Zaki (Ola Ghabbour)
Date of Birth: January 29, 1960 AD
Father: Engineer Lutfi Zaki Wahba – Undersecretary of Transportation Ministry
Mother: Ms. Isis salama Abdullah
Sister: d. Mona Zaki, Lutfi – a professor of management and strategic thinking at the American University
Husband: d. Raouf Ghabbour
Date of Marriage: January 20, 1979 AD
Children: Kamal, Dina and Nader
Grandchildren: Mary Sheriff Fakhry Abdelnour
– Member and Secretary General of 57357 Hospital Trustees Council – Children With Cancer Friends Society at Sayeda Zaynab founder – One of Breast Cancer Foundation in Egypt members – National Cancer Institute (AFNCI) Freinds Board of Directors Chairman – A shareholder in supporting Dr. institution. Magdi Yacoub Heart Aswan – One of the participants in the support of the Coptic Orthodox Cultural Center in Cairo – One of the most prominent existing charitable work in the cultural center of the Coptic Orthodox Cairo
– One of Dr. Magdi Yacoub Heart institution Aswan shareholders – One of the Coptic Orthodox Cultural Center in Cairo supporters – One of the most charitable workers at the Coptic Orthodox Cultural Center.
She gained several international honors and the most recently the American Chambers of Commerce for the Middle East and North Africa conference honoring and was titled the “best lady worked for charitable non-profit organizations” – Tunisia – May 2012 m
She was granted the World Health Assembly (The Prestigious World Health Award) – 2008 m and gained the Coptic Orthodox Cultural Center award for Humanitarian and Cultural Sciences and the award was named with her name in memory for her charity and great for humanitarian work – February 2013