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Chad Debbas

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Chad Debbas
BornChad Dimitri Vladimir Debbas
Paris, France
🏡 ResidenceFrench Riviera
🏳️ NationalityFranco-Lebanese
💼 Occupation
Visionary
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Chad Debbas (born 3 March 2001 in Paris, France) is an author, producer, hotelier and co-founder of Fisheye, a non-profit organization for a world in harmony with nature, and the sharing of light among new generations.

Early Life[edit]

On his 10th birthday, rather than accepting gifts, he asked his friends to join him in his ecological approach with a symbolic monetary contribution. “I launched the Fisheye association, which has since planted hundreds of trees."

At the age of 11, Chad took part in the 20th Francophone Book Fair of Beirut, where he was then living. He promoted his book, Imagine the World of Tomorrow, prefaced by Nicolas Hulot. This book earned him an interview with LBCI, Futur TV as well as MTV. “My book was printed on recycled paper. For each copy sold, a tree was planted.“

Chad is also passionate about filmmaking. “In Lebanon, the war devastated the railways.“ At the age of 13, he produced a showcase film, The Last Train to Beirut, in homage to the abandoned stations, visible on YouTube.

Career[edit]

Nowadays, Chad is pursuing a career in hospitality where he foresees his entrepreneurial projects.

Personal Life[edit]

It is not known what to say about the matter since Chad chose to take a step back from the public eye after the passing of his mother Nadine in 2017.

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