Sara Hussain works at a non-profit in Boston that focuses on providing homeless families with housing. She was previously an intern at ABC News and Fusion in Washington D.C. and attended Chatham University, where she studied Communication with a concentration in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Political Science. She was originally born in India and moved to the US when she was nine years old. She would like to use her background in media to do profile stories on prolific women of color.
Sara Hussain works at a non-profit in Boston that helps homeless families find housing. She previously did an internship at ABC News and Fusion in Washington D.C. She attended Chatham University in Pittsburgh, PA where she studied in Communications with a concentration in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Political Science.
As a student at Chatham University, she worked as Managing Editor on the student newspaper, the Communiqué. She was able to pitch, write, edit and assign stories for the paper.
She was also a Television Productions Intern at WQED, the local PBS station in Pittsburgh, where she assisted on shoots and was able to produce a story with a group of interns titled "A Touch of Technology" for the show Pittsburgh 360.
As a senior at Chatham, Sara worked on her tutorial/thesis titled: "PolitCool: In what news ways can you raise political interest in young girls?" She released a YouTube for it titled "Sarah's Bill," that would raise political interest in the youth and especially young girls.