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Anchor Reel

A demo reel of my broadcast reporting and anchoring experience. Featuring my work from the Pulitzer Center, Azimuth Media and more.

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Reporting Reel

Demo reel of my broadcast reporting from Washington, D.C. (KVRR-TV) and Chicago (Medill News Network)

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Show Tackles Dating While Gay and Disabled

Published by The Huffington Post, Nov. 2015. In a new play, Ryan Haddad explores the double marginalization he faces for being both gay and disabled, and how difficult it often is for him to find a date.

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A Struggle for Home: The Crimean Tatars

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For more than 200 years, the Crimean Tatars struggled to free their native land, the Crimean Peninsula, from Russian domination. By 2014, many believed their long battle was finally coming to a good end. They were wrong. This documentary film tells the little-known story of the Crimean Tatars. It recounts their rich and often tragic history, from ancient times to the aftermath of the 2014 Russian invasion and annexation of their homeland. It is a story of betrayal, courage and, above all, hope. For despite all that they have faced, the Crimean Tatars remain undaunted in their struggle for freedom.

Winner of the Best International Film Award at the 2016 DC Independent Film Festival, and the Best Documentary Film Award at the 2016 Poppy Jasper International Film Festival. 2015 Spotlight Documentary Film Awards Silver Award Winner. Film has screened at several international film festivals and professional venues, including the European Parliament in Brussels.

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Risking It All

Published by Harper’s Bazaar Arabia, Oct. 2015. As Vodafone’s first Qatari female executive, Dalya Ahmed Al-Khalaf is shattering the glass ceiling and expanding career roles for all Qatari women. Here, her words of wisdom make for an inspiring read.

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Feminist Fail: My Secret Body Shame

Published by Role Reboot, April 2015. No matter how many anti-fat shaming and body acceptance posts I read and share, the feeling of inadequacy returns.

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Eqlipsing Expectations

Published by Harper’s Bazaar (Arabia), April 2015. Modern-day Renaissance Woman Maryah Al-Dafa is an emerging entrepreneur and fashion powerhouse in Qatar. She might even be her country’s next ambassador.

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