Sara Shokravi

Robert Bosch Fellow

Programs: Society, Culture & PoliticsRegions: United StatesCategory: Analysis

Sara Shokravi lives in Berlin, Germany where she has spent the last year focusing on the experience of women in Germany’s refugee integration process as part of the Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship. Through her work with the Expert Council of German Foundations on Integration and Migration and Kiron Open Higher Education for Refugees, she was able to examine integration approaches in Germany, ranging from labor and economic empowerment to the use of sport as a means of integration, through social networks of support and exchange of information. Prior to this, Ms. Shokravi spent over a decade working in both the private sector and non-profit organizations providing sociocultural and geopolitical expertise on leading foreign policy issues. Ms. Shokravi attended American University for her MA in International Politics and California State Polytechnic University for her BA in Political Science and History.

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