Sana has worked as a journalist for 10 years in NY--as a reporter and producer for the NPR affiliate in Syracuse and as a news anchor and producer for a television network in Buffalo.
She has taught broadcast journalism at a university in conflict-ridden Kashmir, a disputed territory in the Himalayan mountains. She also led the core production and editorial team for the region's first community radio project. Additionally, she worked as an editor for a weekly news magazine in Kashmir. During her time in Kashmir, she also produced content for Al Jazeera English's website.
Sana has recently graduated from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, where she was an Alfred I. duPont Awards Fellow, Speakers Director for SPJ and nominated for Student of the Year. She is also a graduate of the S.I.Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, where she studied broadcast journalism and international relations.
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Specialties: Comprehensive knowledge of national and world affairs, foreign and domestic policy issues, strong interviewing and reporting skills. Multi-lingual, well-traveled, key insight on West and East, and the issues that divide them.
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