- University of Washington
- Technology, representation in media, travel.
- Aleenah Ansari's writing has also been featured in GLAAD, Kulfi, The Seattle Times, CNBC Grow Mag, and more.
- Aleenah works as a writer and video producer at Microsoft, where she creates blogs and videos about the experts who build, deploy, and manage the tools used by 165,000+ employees at Microsoft.
- As a writing consultant, Aleenah has worked with hundreds of entrepreneurs, students, and professionals in tech to help them land their dream roles, grad school offers, and research opportunities. More importantly, she helps folks feel more confident in telling their story.
Aleenah Ansari (she/her) has been telling stories for the past six and a half years, all of which are rooted in being a journalist at heart. As a writer and video producer for Microsoft Inside Track, Aleenah tells stories for a living. She creates blogs and videos about the experts who build, deploy, and manage the tools used by 165,000+ employees at Microsoft. Outside of her work creating blogs and videos at Microsoft, you can find her helping early-in-career professionals and entrepreneurs feel more confident telling stories about their identity and work.
As a Pakistani woman in tech, she’s committed to lifting as she climbs and empowering entrepreneurs and professionals to break into the tech industry through workshops and 1:1 coaching. Outside of work, you can find her searching for her next favorite mural, scoping out new restaurants to try in Seattle, and planning for a mini-move to New York. She's also a proud alumna from the Human-Centered Design & Engineering program at the University of Washington, a mentor for BIPOC folks breaking into tech, and a mural enthusiast.
I received a B.S. in Human-Centered Design & Engineering and B.A. in Comparative History of Ideas from the University of Washington.