Minister of Education & Higher Education, 2008 - 2009, Lebanese Government.
Member of Parliament, 1992 - present, Lebanese Government.
Head of Committee for Education, 1992 - present, Lebanese Parliament.
President, 1979 - present, Hariri Foundation for Sustainable Human Development.
President, 1997 - present, National Committee for Public Schools.
President, 1994 - present, Saida Patrimoine et Environnement.
Member of the Consultative Board of the Arab Human Development Report (United Nations Development Program), 2007.
Member of the Women’s Advisory Committee at the Islamic Development Bank, 2006.
Vice President of the Arab Parliament, 2005.
Associate-Member of the World Bank Parliamentary Network, 2004.
Good Will Ambassador for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), 2000.
Founding Member of the Arab Women Summit, 2000 - present.
Board Member of the University of Sciences and Technology and Sea Transportation – Alexandria (Egypt), 1997 - present.
Member of Board of Directors at the University Institute of Technology, 1997 - present.
Member of Board of Trustees at the Lebanese American University, 1992 - present.
Initiating "Mrs. Khadija Bint Khwaylid's Award for Arab Business Women”, Launched at the Jeddah Economic Forum 2003, to support the Arab women and promote their efforts and initiatives at the local and international levels.
Promoting the status of women in Arab society and campaigning for the adoption of laws that protect women and help their emancipation.
Beirut Appeal: Declaring the 8th of March 2002 as a day of solidarity with women and Palestinian Intifada & requesting Arab leaders to support the participation of Parliamentarian Women in the next Arab Summit, March 2002.
Kuwait Appeal: Declaring the first of February as The Arab Woman Day, October 1999.
Tunisia Appeal: Requesting the establishment of the Arab Women Congress, November 1999.
Legion d’honneur, awarded by the French President Jacques Chirac, 2003.
The “Agha Khan” Award, in recognition for the reconstruction of the The Big Omary Mosque, 1989.
Lebanese Cedar Award, Lieutenant rank, in recognition for services in Social and Cultural fields, 1989.
The “Golden Apple” Award from the National Union of the Writers and the Tourist journalists.