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Sahara Sajjadiankhah

Sahara Sajjadi is a recent graduate from Arizona State University, holding a bachelors in political science with minors in women studies and justice studies, along with a certificate in cross sector leadership. She is now pursuing a master’s in mass communications at the Cronkite School. During her undergrad, she was involved with several different organizations, serving as the president of ASU Young Dems, a curriculum developer and content creator for the Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention program, a tutor at RISE (Refugee Integration, Stability, and Education,) and a regular volunteer in the community.

Sahara is passionate about solving a number of different issues, both domestic and global, ranging from the refugee crisis, lack of accessible healthcare, houselessness, gender inequality, and other societal flaws. She is pursuing a journalism career to give a voice to the voiceless, highlighting their stories, and finding solutions to issues that have plagued society for years. She is excited to continue her work here at The Reynolds Center!

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