Renee Dutia is a Graduate Gemologist from the Gemological Institute of America, an alumnus of the Minority Business Executive MBA program at Dartmouth’s Amos Tuck School of Business Management and she attended the University of Bombay in India. Born and raised in India, Renee comes from a family of philanthropy and commerce. After living in Texas for the last four decades, she blends seamlessly her love of preserving culture, history and heritage through providing unique experiences that engage utilizing technology, hands-on opportunities for memory making and a strong connection among people of all corners of the world.
As a founder of Regali Inc, her business accomplishments stem from her ability to pair entrepreneurial passion and acumen with creative flexibility and natural ability to assemble strategic partners. REGALi Inc has evolved from a leading and experienced global trading company into a travel retail and food and beverage concessionaire with local, national and international brands. Regali Inc is a joint venture partner of Hudson Group and holds a portfolio of concessions at DFW International Airport and Dallas Love Airport. Renee seizes every opportunity to promote North Texas region and provide warm Texas style Customer Experience to global traveling passenger.
Under Renee’s leadership, Regali Inc has also delivered logo merchandise with a concentration on apparel/uniform programs as well as provided marketing, promotional and creative services with vertically integrated manufacturing with strong in-house technology capabilities. Regali Inc holds the designation as the official technology partner for the Superbowl XLV Host Committee and was a contract holder for Super Bowl XLVI and Super Bowl XLVII. Regali Inc held a GSA Schedule 84 contract and successful fulfilled orders for multiple Federal agencies.
Renee also has served as Vice Chair on the board of the Dallas/Fort Worth Asian American Citizen Council, is a past appointed Commissioner on the City of Dallas Board of Adjustment and is Founder and Chair of Asian100; a North Texas based nonprofit organization, which launched in summer of 2017. She has served on many community boards including the Dallas Regional Chamber and the Business Council for the Arts. She is committed to projects with a purpose and economic development that impact quality of life.