Sarah Sakha

Former Project 55 Fellow

Sarah Sakha graduated in June 2018 from Princeton University, majoring in Public and International Affairs with certificates in Near Eastern Studies and Values and Public Life. She served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Daily Princetonian. She also served as a Fellow with the Project on Gender in the Global Community at Princeton’s Liechtenstein Institute for Self-Determination, and with the Carl Fields Center for Diversity and Cultural Understanding.

Authored Content

  • Aug 26 2019
    Blog Post Meet Africa’s Inclusive AI Community Solving Global Problems This week more than 700 machine learning researchers from over 30 African countries will come together at Kenyatta University in Nairobi, Kenya for the third annual Deep Learning Indaba. On paper it looks a lot like other artificial intelligence (AI) convenings around the world. There are keynotes from luminaries, talks from up-and-coming researchers, and trainings […] Evan Tachovsky, Sarah Sakha
  • Mar 04 2019
    Blog Post The Gender Gap in Innovation and How to Break the Digital Ceiling International Women’s Day is an occasion to celebrate the great progress made by women in tech innovating at the frontiers of global development. But as we take stock of how far we have come, it is important to keep in sight how far we have to go, and the systemic and digital barriers female innovators […] Durva Trivedi, Sarah Sakha
  • Feb 11 2019
    Blog Post Women in Tech: How They are Using Data and Tech for Social Good The history of the expression “exploring the frontier,” is a history dominated by the stories of men. For most of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, especially in the United States, those invoking the expression have conjured up the stories of explorers like Lewis and Clark, astronauts like Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong, and technologists like […] Durva Trivedi, Sarah Sakha