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Hanna Jaff

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#35 | La historia de Hanna Jaff: Noble no Real

Las Comadres Del Río

Bienvenidex a Trufas Blancas! En este programa hablamos sobre el video de Lalo Mora besando a varias mujeres en la boca,  Eduardo Carrillo denunciado por ex colaboradores, Héctor ¨N¨ da sus primeras declaraciones a Ventaneando, el pleito entre Pablo Montero y su ex Carolina Van Wielik, platicamos el decepcionante caso de Hanna Jaff, su relación, matrimonio y divorcio y para terminar El Grillo Zada y el dr. Benavides.

2hr 46mins

31 Jul 2021

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Hanna Jaff, Marc Kalman & Karamo?

Who? Weekly

We'd like to begin this episode description by congratulating Warner Brothers! (That will make sense when you listen, we promise.) Anyway, on today's Who's There (our weekly call-in show) we banter about Audrina Patridge before taking your calls about Tyga's virtual restuarant, JK Rowling's daughter's whereabouts, the fraught marriage between two [alleged] scammers named Hanna and Harry, JB Smoove's career-altering case of name blindness, the newfound mononymity of Karamo, Bowen Yang's Who/Them status, and a whole lot more!As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments and concerns, and we may play your call on a future episode. Support us and get a ton of bonus content over on Patreon.com/WhoWeekly. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

1hr 13mins

16 Jul 2021

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Meet New Friends Through Tessy's Lens - Hanna Jaff - Episode Three

Meet New Friends Through Tessy's Lens

A Podcast by Tessy Antony De Nassau. Hanna Jazmin Jaff Bosdet was born and brought up in San Diego on November 4, 1986, but spent much of her childhood in Tijuana, the home of her maternal family. She went to Saint John’s Episcopal Elementary School and University of San Diego High School (now called Cathedral High School) in San Diego. Hanna is an American born Mexican-Kurd reality television personality, politician, philanthropist, conference speaker, human rights activist, and author. Her father’s family name is Jaff. Which is Kurdish and belongs to the Jaff tribe, well-known for its political involvement in political Kurdish affairs since the year 1114. Hanna’s father is a real estate developer, Board Member of North Bank Iraq (largest private bank in Iraq owned by the family), the son of Dawood Fattah Al Jaff (also remembered as Dawood Beg Jaff), the largest property owner in Kurdistan and leader of the Jaff tribe. She is a descendent of Mohamed Pasha Jaff, Lady Adela, Osman Pasha Jaff, and Mahmud Pasha Jaff. Sherwana Castle is their ancestral home. Her mother’s paternal family name is Bosdet and mother’s maternal family name is Gonzalez. The Bosdet, are originally from France, migrated first to Canada and then moved to Mexico in the 1800s. The Gonzalez, originally from Spain, migrated to Mexico in the 1800s. Hanna is the great granddaughter of Carlos Henry Bosdet, married to a woman from England, and remembered as the first person to install and introduce the telephone in Mexico. Hanna holds a Master’s Degree in Arts, a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, and minors in Political Science and Criminal Justice. She studied at National University (California) in San Diego, Harvard University in Boston, Columbia University in New York, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Monterrey, and La Sorbonne University of Paris. In March 2014, she was awarded an honorary doctorate degree for her humanitarian work by the Claustro Doctoral in Mexico. Since 2013, Hanna has been the Undersecretary of Relations with the Civil Society, the Undersecretary of Immigrants, the National Secretary of Social Management of Youth Network for Mexico, and the National General Secretary of the Revolutionary Youth Expression in the Institutional Revolutionary Party. She was a Federal Congresswoman candidate of the Ecologist Green Party of Mexico. Hanna is the founder of Jaff Foundation for Education, a nonprofit organization, created on June 4, 2013. The foundation has hosted more than 180 charity events worldwide, benefiting more than 120,000 people. Their mission is to teach English to immigrants, refugees, and the less fortunate, launch nondiscrimination campaigns, and aim their attention on world peace and education. Today, the foundation has more than 7,000 active volunteers. Hanna is an activist for immigrants and refugees, and she frequently volunteers in Iraqi refugee camps, where she teaches English and has donated thousands of her English learning books. In 2013, she organized the first Kurdish Festival in Mexico, the biggest one ever held outside Kurdistan, attended by 80,000 people in four days. Hanna organizes frequent non-discrimination campaigns for the world’s peoples to respect one another’s race, skin color, national origin, gender, disability, religion, sexual orientation, social class, political views, and age. Hanna conducted a We Are One Campaign in support of war victims in the Middle East. Her projects promote tolerance and public awareness about eliminating hatred. https://hannajaff.com/ https://www.instagram.com/hannajaff/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-zCKcJFAlY

46mins

24 Feb 2020

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Happy FRANKsgiving with Hanna Jaff

Latinos Out Loud

On the eleventh episode of season four, Rachel talks about the success of her all-female variety show "Comedy Derailed", Bago goes to a taping of Saturday Night Live and the group talks about their worst experiences with pushy waiters.On “Bochinche Bites" Jaime dishes about a teen auctioning her virginity to pay off her parent's mortgage, a man's runny nose turning out to be his leaky brain, and a guy getting arrested for threatening to “blow up” a bathroom.On this week's “Frank-spiracy News", Frank explains how in the near future people will start digitally speaking to lost loved ones.The crew interviews Hanna Jaff about her philanthropic endeavors, human rights activism, speaking at the United Nations and how she donates thousands of copies of her books to refugees everywhere. We also hear about her walking in the Central American caravan and her role on the Netflix reality show, "Made in Mexico.”Know someone who wants to learn English? Download Hanna’s FREE book here: https://jafffoundation.com/books/IG/FB@WeAreLatinosOutLoud@hannajaffTWITTER@LocaYBago@hannajaffHashtag #LatinosOutLoudApple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/latinos-out-loud/id1330248548Google Play Music: https://play.google.com/music/m/Injeyr4zfd5zakjknpjtroedlpm?t=Latinos_Out_LoudSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1gh2GkY8t4fdFfG1SEX8Rh?si=iKpH-5kXQUuI-ir0z3oFMAiHeart Radio App: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/latinos-out-loud-28786454/4/ Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

1hr 13mins

21 Nov 2018

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Made in Mexico with Hanna Jaff

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Her first step was to educate herself, something that she dove head first into, receiving a Master's Degree in International Relations from Harvard University, and a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from National University (California). She also studied at Columbia University in New York, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Monterrey, and La Sorbonne University of Paris. She traveled the world, meeting and connecting with immigrants and refugees to see firsthand what resources they were lacking. Whether she was in Iraq, Mexico, India or beyond, the biggest lesson she learned was that they longed to learn English - one of the most universal languages - so that they can communicate better with the outside world. In 2013 at the age of just 25 years old, Hanna created her own non-profit, the Jaff Foundation for Education. Their mission is to teach English to immigrants, refugees, and the less fortunate, launch nondiscrimination campaigns, and aim their attention on world peace and education. Through her foundation, Hanna has authored three English-learning books and volunteers at refugee camps, where she teaches English and has donated 22,000 of her books to immigrants, refugees, and the less fortunate in Peru, Kurdistan, Iraq, Mexico, India, and worldwide. In the past five years the foundation has grown exponentially - having hosted more than 200 charity events worldwide, benefiting more than 120,000 people. Today, the foundation has more than 7,000 active volunteers. (https://hannajaff.com/en/organization/). Hanna speaks at international conferences on topics such as human rights, immigrants, refugees, peace, and the importance of education, mainly to raise awareness and motivation. Hanna has been a speaker in over 70 universities, schools, and institutions around the world. In 2017, she was twice a TED speaker at TEDx Nishtimanin Erbil, Iraq and TEDx Ciudad de Puebla in San Andres Cholula, Mexico. In addition to her own foundation, Hanna has been active in many other initiatives and non-discrimination campaigns aimed at bringing peace and teaching people on a global scale to respect one another's race, skin color, national origin, gender, disability, religion, sexual orientation, social class, political views, and age. She organized the first "Kurdish Festival" in Mexico, the biggest one ever held outside Kurdistan, attended by 80,000 people in four days. She also conducted a We Are One campaign in support of war victims in the Middle East. Her projects promote tolerance and public awareness about eliminating hatred. Her great humanitarian and activism work has also garnered her many accolades and awards. Entrepreneur (Mexico) named her one of their "30 Under 30 Successful Mexicans" in 2016. That same year she was recognized at the St. Gallen Symposium (Switzerland) as one of the "200 Leaders of Tomorrow Under 30". Other honors include: "Philanthropist of the Year" (Groupo Sexenio), "5 Women Transforming Mexico" (Nivel Uno Magazine), named one of the "50 Most Admirable Mexican Women" (CARAS Magazine), one of the "15 Most Influential People in Politics in Mexico" (Reforma Newspaper), and awards in philanthropy, women's empowerment, leadership, and academic achievements by the Kurdistan Garmiyan Regional Government. This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

46mins

24 Sep 2018

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Mexican politician & humanitarian Hanna Jaff joins me to talk about her career, her inspirations & more

Hellblazerbiz Conversations with the stars

Her first step was to educate herself, something that she dove head first into, receiving a Master's Degree in International Relations from Harvard University, and a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from National University (California). She also studied at Columbia University in New York, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Monterrey, and La Sorbonne University of Paris. She traveled the world, meeting and connecting with immigrants and refugees to see firsthand what resources they were lacking. Whether she was in Iraq, Mexico, India or beyond, the biggest lesson she learned was that they longed to learn English - one of the most universal languages - so that they can communicate better with the outside world. In 2013 at the age of just 25 years old, Hanna created her own non-profit, the Jaff Foundation for Education. Their mission is to teach English to immigrants, refugees, and the less fortunate, launch nondiscrimination campaigns, and aim their attention on world peace and education. Through her foundation, Hanna has authored three English-learning books and volunteers at refugee camps, where she teaches English and has donated 22,000 of her books to immigrants, refugees, and the less fortunate in Peru, Kurdistan, Iraq, Mexico, India, and worldwide. In the past five years the foundation has grown exponentially - having hosted more than 200 charity events worldwide, benefiting more than 120,000 people. Today, the foundation has more than 7,000 active volunteers. (https://hannajaff.com/en/organization/). Hanna speaks at international conferences on topics such as human rights, immigrants, refugees, peace, and the importance of education, mainly to raise awareness and motivation. Hanna has been a speaker in over 70 universities, schools, and institutions around the world. In 2017, she was twice a TED speaker at TEDx Nishtimanin Erbil, Iraq and TEDx Ciudad de Puebla in San Andres Cholula, Mexico. In addition to her own foundation, Hanna has been active in many other initiatives and non-discrimination campaigns aimed at bringing peace and teaching people on a global scale to respect one another's race, skin color, national origin, gender, disability, religion, sexual orientation, social class, political views, and age. She organized the first "Kurdish Festival" in Mexico, the biggest one ever held outside Kurdistan, attended by 80,000 people in four days. She also conducted a We Are One campaign in support of war victims in the Middle East. Her projects promote tolerance and public awareness about eliminating hatred. Her great humanitarian and activism work has also garnered her many accolades and awards. Entrepreneur (Mexico) named her one of their "30 Under 30 Successful Mexicans" in 2016. That same year she was recognized at the St. Gallen Symposium (Switzerland) as one of the "200 Leaders of Tomorrow Under 30". Other honors include: "Philanthropist of the Year" (Groupo Sexenio), "5 Women Transforming Mexico" (Nivel Uno Magazine), named one of the "50 Most Admirable Mexican Women" (CARAS Magazine), one of the "15 Most Influential People in Politics in Mexico" (Reforma Newspaper), and awards in philanthropy, women's empowerment, leadership, and academic achievements by the Kurdistan Garmiyan Regional Government.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/hellblazerbiz)Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/Hellblazerbiz. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

45mins

24 Sep 2018