Sara El-Yafi writes about politics, culture, nation-building and the general human condition. She holds a Master in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Sara worked as a high-profile political advisor in Lebanon, and recently has relocated to Los Angeles, CA to focus on making political films. Sara is the granddaughter of former Lebanese Prime Minister Abdallah El-Yafi, one of Lebanon's founding fathers and the statesman who gave the voting rights to women in Lebanon. Sara has earned a community of readers after some of her social media posts went viral over the Internet with over half a million reads, received the title of woman of the year in her country's leading French newspaper and became her mother's favorite child. She illustrates her own articles.