Dr Mahra Lutfi has crammed more living into her 23 years than most people pack into a lifetime. To fully unpack her prolific list of pionering medical, compassionate humanitarian and audacious sporting accomplishments would take more space than we have here, but it is significant to say that this prodigious, forward thinking beauty is more than just the new face of he Middle East. She is a super millennial poised to lead on the world stage with style, grace and humility.
When Dr Mahra is at home in Dubai, she start her day at 8am by visiting surgical patients in the hospital followed by seeing outpatients at the De Paris Medical and Surgical Centre where she serves as CEO. Following that she is off to the stables where the five year professional endurance horse racer trains from 4 – 6 pm with the United Arab Emirates national team sponsored by the ruler of Dubai, Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, and the crown prince of Dubai , Fazza, in preparation for international competitions as long as 160km.
Virtually across the street from the stables is the Car track where she trains from 7 – 10 pm with the first ever woman’s formula 3 and formula 4 racing team called “The 7 Flags Girls Racing Team” that she founded 4 years ago in the UAE.