I'm an experienced journalist and reporter with over 15 years of experience worldwide, and I have written extensively about politics, women's issues, youth issues, and international conflicts. I've spoken to people about their lives, successes, and struggles worldwide, from Haiti to the US, Afghanistan, Europe, and Iran to Iraq and Lebanon. I am an influential media and communication professional skilled in Editing, Public Speaking, Journalism, Management, and Public Relations. Currently, I am a Ph.D. student and Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Department of Communication at Wayne State University. I also serve as an International Chair for the Union, Graduate Employees' Organizing Committee, GEOC at Wayne State University.
Anatomy of an Uprising The Women of Iran Have Had Enough The death of university student Jina Mahsa Amini has triggered a wave of protests across Iran...
Around a year ago Tara Fares, an Iraqi Instagram influencer with millions of followers, was assassinated in Baghdad. Her death was part of a string of suspicious deaths of women, ranging from a human rights activist to a plastic surgeon to a beauty salon director. The killings created fear, particularly for female content producers. Some left the country, others stopped posting but some continued. Here is my story about other Instagram influencers and their risky life in Baghdad. Their hope and their fights in Baghdad.
My story on Afghan Women Football Team From street to stadium to sexual harassment: Afghan women's football in crisis With Afghan women's football in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons, amid allegations of sexual and physical abuse, the liberating influence the game has had in the country is in jeopardy.
While I was covering the Parliament Election in Afghanistan, October 2018, I asked about the security situation in Kabul to Abdullah Abdullah, Chief Executive of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan for Euronews. This report is in Persian.
On Dec 2016. I was in Haiti and found this story on an American who created an “ethical jewelry” company in Port- Au- Prince. This company employs nearly 200 Haitians at $7 a day, combatting the huge unemployment rate and the high number of children abandoned by parents who have no money. The Apparent Project has been going for eight years and has funding from the Clinton Foundation. The founder is now selling the jewelry at high-end stores in the US.
My interview with the former Afghan President, Hamid Karzai, Kabul 2014
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