|Born||8 March, 1967, Portland, Kings|
|Functions||Environmentalist, architect, linguist, businesswoman|
|Languages||English, Punjabi, Italian, French, German|
Ramani Kapoor (born 8 March, 1967) is a Lovian environmentalist, architect and linguist. She is also a member of United Left and is active in her local community, campaigning for environmental awareness and conservation. Kapoor is also the founder and CEO of Concordia Architecture, a Newhaven based company designing environmentally sustainable buildings, in addition to teaching languages in schools throughout Kings.
Ramani Kapoor was born in Portland, Kings on the March 8, 1967. Her parents were both from Northern India, and had emigrated to Lovia four years previously. Her family were not particularly well off, and often struggled to get by.
Kapoor excelled academically at school, particularly in the subjects of Art and Languages. She studied Architecture and Linguistics at Nobel University. After graduating, she worked for a Hurbanova based environmental architecture agency. Kapoor also volunteered for several NGOs and charities and spent a short period teaching modern languages at a high school in Portland
In 2008, Kapoor founded Concordia Architecture, a Newhaven based company designing environmentally sustainable buildings. The company have won several awards for their sustainability, and Kapoor has since helped many small businesses and architectural agencies.
Personal life Edit
Kapoor lives with her partner, Marc Remnick, in Newhaven. They have one daughter, Elsie, who was born in 1996. Kapoor is an agnostic.