Sana Saeed is coordinator of LEADD (Leadership Education Advancing Democracy & Diversity), the Interfaith Alliance’s national youth program promoting active citizenship in a multi-faith society to high-schoolers. Previously, she directed youth programs at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington (UUCA) for 200 high-school and middle-school youth. She simultaneously served as consulting program manager for the Interfaith Youth Action Group, an initiative training youth to become interfaith leaders through service. Her work was highlighted in a Wall Street Journal article she co-authored on Muslim students on East Coast college campuses. In 2008, she completed her M.S. in Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University.
Sana currently is co-authoring a national high-school curriculum introducing anti-racism and social justice to teens called Building a Beloved Community for the Unitarian Universalist Association. In June 2012 she was elected an at-large Board Member of the InterFaith Conference of Metropolitan Washington, DC. She has been featured on Voice of America radio stations and is a frequent presenter regarding young adult peacemakers. Sana is TIO’s Director of Resources.