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Sania Irfan

Pakistan, United States
English, Urdu
Women and Girls, Gender violence , Human Rights
Impact Producing, Designing impact guides
Cultural/racial identity:
South Asian (Pakistani)
Self identification:


Born and raised in Karachi, Pakistan, Sania is a storyteller who has experience working in social justice-oriented content production. She has served as the Program Manager at YEA! Impact and co-chair of the Racial Justice and Indigenous Rights Committee of its sister non-profit, Young Entertainment Activists. With YEA! Impact, she developed the first Activation Hub at NYU, engaging students in creative ways to contribute to social justice. She is also working on the impact campaign for multi-award winning documentary on transformative justice, Since I Been Down as well as on Can You Hear Us?, the impact campaign of I AM GRETA. She specializes in working with artists and designers to create branding and digital assets that speak to the spirit of the campaign. Sania has recently graduated from NYU, majoring in Media, Culture, and Communication with a minor in Film Production. She has directed and produced public service messages for Konpal Child Abuse Prevention Society in Pakistan. She has also co-directed, co-produced, and edited KAPRAY KEE DEEWARAIN (Walls of Cloth), a short documentary on the student-led mask awareness nonprofit, Mask Banao. The documentary was shortlisted for the Tapmad Film Festival as well as the #CreativeDistancing video contest, organized by Dawn and Deutsche Welle. She is developing her campaign building and marketing skills working as Manager, Portfolio Growth and Partnerships at NBCUniversal where she works on cross-company marketing for Comcast NBCUniversal's biggest campaigns.