Ms. Al-Sayed is an accomplished bilingual (English, Arabic) communications, marketing, public relations professional and award-winning journalist with a wide range of expertise in all aspects of media, art and culture, as well as public speaking, coaching and media training. After the outbreak of the Syrian uprising, Ms. Al-Sayed relocated to the United States and co-founded SouriaLi– an independent, nonprofit, online radio network where she worked as a producer, host, and media consultant. Ms. Al-Sayed was a Creative Consultant on Red Lines, a new, independent, documentary which has garnered numerous accolades, including: Best Documentary Feature, Peer Gold, Accolade, and Human Rights awards. She is regularly invited by prominent think tanks, organizations, and universities as a keynote speaker/moderator/panelist, to discuss women’s empowerment, and the role of media and the arts in catalyzing social change and peacebuilding. Ms. Al Sayed is a graduate of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University with a Master of Arts in International Affairs, where she received a full scholarship and was selected to address her graduating class at commencement. She offers a visionary’s perspective, which combined with her entrepreneurial spirit and thought leadership offers distinct benefits to both the nonprofit and for-profit sectors, as well as academic institutions and media enterprises.