Nazly is a Persian-Venezuelan organizer and communications strategist who has been working to center and uplift the experiences of marginalized communities throughout the US, Latin America and the Middle East for more than ten years. She began her career organizing women garment workers in maquiladoras along the U.S.-Mexico border against sexual abuse and exploitation. Since then, she has worked on numerous campaigns centered at the intersection of gender based justice and labor rights. Her work has been featured in the Huffington Post, Latina Magazine, The Fader, Remezcla, INDIE Magazine and other digital platforms.
Nazly holds a B.A in International Relations from DePaul University. She is fluent in Spanish, Farsi, Arabic and English. Nazly is also a classically trained violinist who has been performing domestically and internationally as a soloist and in various ensembles since she was ten years old.