Natalie Sanandaji

A Long Island native born to an Israeli mother and Iranian father, Natalie worked in real estate in New York City before October 7th, when she survived the Nova music festival massacre during a visit to Israel. Her traumatic experience that day led her to transform her life and switch her career path to Jewish advocacy and fighting antisemitism, and she now works as a Public Affairs Officer for CAM.

Preceding her work at CAM, Natalie has also long co-hosted the “Persian Girl Podcast.”

With her background, Natalie is well-versed in the struggles throughout the Middle East against the tyrannical forces of radical Islam backed by the current regime in Tehran, and her guiding mission is to use her multicultural background to her advantage to support the fight for freedom throughout the region and across the globe.