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Hanna Jaff Bosdet is a young entrepreneur, politician, philanthropist, international activist, conference speaker, and author. Founder of Jaff Foundation for Education in June 2013, which has made 2o4 national and international events benefiting more than 120,000 people. Today Jaff foundation has offices and team committees in 18 states in Mexico and has 7,000 active volunteers.

Jaff has a Master’s Degree from Harvard University in International Relations; Bachelors Degree from National University of San Diego in Psychology with Minors in Political Science and Criminal Justice; Honorary Doctorate Degree for leadership and activism in Analytical Constructivist University of Mexico; studies at the Sorbonne in Paris, of Columbia University in New York, of Technology Institute of Monterrey and the Institute of Training and Political Development.

Currently the Deputy Secretary of the Relations with the Civil Society in the ruling party. Jaff was a Federal Congresswoman candidate of the Ecologist Green Party of Mexico in the last Mexican elections, served as Deputy Secretary of Immigrants in the National Executive Committee of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, as National Secretary of Social Management of Youth Network for Mexico of the Institutional Revolutionary Party and National General Secretary of the Revolutionary Youth Expression. She is currently part of the Harvard Ex Alumni Club in Mexico as an active member of the Alumni Council.

Conference speaker on women, youth, and international topics, present in 70 schools worldwide. The National Chamber of Women, A.C. awarded her “Woman of the year” and the newspaper Sun of Mexico as “Person of the Year” in 2014. In 2016, the World University Committee gave her a medal for ‘Academic Excellence’.

Author of three educational books, guides to learn English: for Spanish, for the Purepecha language speakers (ethnic language in Mexico), and Kurdish speakers, and donated 22,000 copies to the less fortunate.

Jaff is an activist in cultural issues; her work has reached international proportions. In 2013 she organized the first Kurdish Festival in Mexico with 80,000 people. Visits the Middle East often, motivating other youths through conferences. She received six awards for her invaluable support and was named Honorary Representative of Garmiyan in Latin America. She brought Kurd delegates to Mexico to strengthen ties between the two nations; supported Kurds in the UK; visited hundreds of Syrian refugees camps of the United Nations (UN) in Iraq; organized educational history tributes of her two grandfathers Carlos Henry Bosdet and Mohamed Pasha Jaff; conducted a Mexican campaign in support of victims of “Isis” in the Middle East; and achieved the inclusion of the first Kurdish woman ever to participate in an international beauty contest, Miss United Continent. To date, she has donated more than 10,000 English manuals for Kurdish speakers to schools in the Middle East. In 2015, she donated school supplies for orphans in Lima, Peru. Furthermore, in 2016, made a presentation about the Jaff Tribe in the University of Arkansas Research Expo in Little Rock, USA; and she participates as one of the 200 world leaders less than 30 years in the 46th St. Gallen Symposium in Switzerland.

In 2017, she donated self taught English books, toys, and school supplies for 200 kids in Duhok, Kurdistan; donation of English books for 500 ISIS victims in Mosul, Iraq; the donation of English books for Kannada/Hindi speakers for 150 children to the Ved Vignan Maha Vidya Peeth School in Udaypura, Bangalore, India; and the donation for 170 school books to Shree Mandadayanand Anathalay Orphanage in Agra, India.