Yasmeen Azam was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Yasmeen is passionate about world affairs and currently studies international relations with a minor in Middle Eastern studies and economics. She spoke at the United Nations in the summer of 2010 during International Youth Day about radical compassion, attesting to the resilience of communities by way of serving others. Yasmeen currently serves as a Senator-at-Large of Associated Students Incorporated; she also works part time as the Youth Coordinator for a refugee resettlement agency. She is very active in her community, serving as the Convention Chair for the largest Muslim event in southern California. Yasmeen volunteers in her local mosque and library and hopes to devote her life to serving others through the avenue of human rights. She is part of a quadruplet and has two younger twin siblings.
BA, International Relations, College of Liberal Arts, CSULB (in progress)