Sarah Munir

Originally from Karachi, Pakistan, Sarah started her career with DAWN News TV, the country's flagship English language news channel at the time and went on to work as a multimedia reporter for The Express Tribune, an affiliate of  The International New York Times. She also headed the publication's weekly magazine desk. Currently she writes for several local and international publications including VICE News, The Guardian, BuzzFeed, Al Jazeera English, The Huffington Post, Quartz, Refinery29 and Asia Society.

Sarah graduated from the Columbia Journalism School in 2012 on a Fulbright scholarship with a major in Broadcast and is proficient in reporting across multiple platforms. Previously, she also holds a Bachelors degree in Economics from the Lahore University of Management Sciences.



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