Nabil Salim Habbaki since his infancy worked for Al Hayat newspaper in Lebanon in khandak El Ghameek as an editor before the martyrdom of its founder kamel Mrouweh in 1966.
In 1969 worked as Director of Public Relations in the editorial section at the Lebanese and Arab economy magazine issued by the Chamber of Commerce and industry of Beirut.
In 1972 he moved to work in Saudi Arabia Agency in Verdun as an editor and reporter for the Agency.
In 1975 he founded several Lebanese radio stations, and received awards and medals.
He served as managing editor of the Gazette for fifteen years without interruption, and received several commendations for writing screenplays and movies for twenty years.
In 1985 he managed the editorial department of ‘Shaabia’ (popular) magazine.
1988 worked as a reporter in France and studied photography in French universities and received the title of photographer of Kings and Presidents and officials. She had several photography.exhibitions.
She published a book entitled “If the camera spoke Kings and Presidents” translated into four languages.
1990 worked as editor of “Popular” magazine and “News Magazine”
1994 she founded “Present Magazine” "Al Hader" with journalist Nabil Habbaki and assumed the editorial department, and contributed in issuing eighty issues on the Lebanese Diaspora from Australia, Brazil, Latin America to the African continent, and to the Caribbean Islands as well as Canada and the United States.
Currently assumes the functions of the Editorial Director in Houston Lebanon Times Magazine, in addition to Chief Editor in the "Present” Lebanese magazine.
In 1989 and until 1992 he was an editor for “Al Nahar” Arabic and International paper along with martyr Gebran Tueni.
In 1994 he founded the ‘Present’ mmagazine for the Lebanese living abroad along with the media consultant Julia Nader and they published eighty issues on the Lebanese Diaspora from Australia, Brazil, Latin America to the African continent, and to the Caribbean Islands as well as Canada and the United States.
Currently he is the editor in chief of Lebanon Times magazine in Houston as well as the “Present” Lebanese magazine.