Samira Abrar is a graduate of American University in Kabul, Afghanistan, with a degree in law. She has worked for USAID-funded rule of law projects and the MEC Anti-Corruption Committee in Afghanistan for several years, supporting Afghan court systems. As a peace activist, Samira has worked with CODEPINK: Women for Peace as Social Media Campaign Manager and works on CODEPINK’s Divest from the War Machine campaign. She also works for The Jerusalem Prayer Project, an Interfaith non-profit multimedia production company based in Los Angeles. Samira is on the Board for the Unity-and-Diversity World Council.