Sara Safari talks with the Hidden Tears Project about her harrowing survival of the 2015 earthquake while climbing Mt. Everest 

Sara Safari is a writer, speaker, professor, adventurer and passionate advocate for women’s empowerment.  Iranian born, she moved to the U.S. in 2002 to study electrical engineering and has since become a powerful voice in the fight to end the trafficking and forced marriages of young girls.

She is on a mission to climb the world’s seven highest peaks to raise awareness and funds to support the Empower Nepali Girls Foundation and other causes that directly impact quality of life for women around the world. Safari hopes to encourage all of us to “climb our inner Mt. Everest” and create positive change.

 

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