Adel A. Mozip @shabadel: Yemeni American software developer in Detroit, Michigan. He is also the print designer of the Yemeni American News and a community activist.
— See the last article: Controversy over US passports confiscation in Yemen
Alia Alwadeai @AliaAlwadeai: Yemeni student in Germany.
— See the last article: Studying abroad, challenging but rewarding experience
Anita Kassem @AnitaKashmiri: Adeni student who is currently pursuing her master’s degree in International Security at Science Po in Paris. She recently graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Science Po.
— See the last article: Syrian refugees left to their own fate
Hanan Ishaq @IshaqHanan: Yemeni freelance writer and photographer. She majored in English Literature and worked as an English teacher for two years, and is currently taking time off work to be a full time mother.
— See the last article: Story of our lives: Electricity cuts
Hisham Abdulaziz: Yemeni photographer and explorer of art.
— See the last article: The symbols and art of Jambya
Katherine Hennessey: Fellow at the American Institute for Yemeni Studies (AIYS), where she researches and writes about Yemeni theatre, from its origins in the early 20th century to the present.
— See the last article: The rich history of theater in Yemen
Rame Sharaf: Teaching Assistant at the American Elementary School in Sana’a. She has finished her high school studies and wishes to pursue her University studies in Fine Arts.
— See the last article: What next?
Roman Stadnicki: Geographer, researcher at the CEDEJ (MAE/CNRS), Cairo, Head of the “City and Sustainable Development” department, and author of a thesis on the urbanization of Sana’a.
— See the last article: The suburbs of Sana’a before the revolution
Ruba Aleryani @mindsworth: Yemeni student concentrating in Development Studies at Brown University in the US. She is an aspiring writer, photographer, and filmmaker.
— See the last article: The Destined Photographer
Sama’a Al-Hamdani @Yemeniaty: Yemeni analyst, blogger and researcher.
— See the last article: Yemen’s military restructuring and its new challenges for the future
Sarah Gamal Ahmed @Sarah_Sanaa: Blogger and sociologist whose main focus is on gender issues. She is currently working for Yemen Polling Center.
— See the last article: Aden: a city of flags and golden sands
Shaker Al-Ashwal (Lashuel): Yemeni-American freelance writer who has written extensively about social, educational and political subjects affecting Yemenis in Yemen and the U.S. In the past two years, he has published more than thirty short stories.
— See the last article: Short story: Naji’s Grey Day
Younes Hassar @RefromtheEast: Investment management specialist and post-graduate candidate in comparative studies of development, currently living in Paris. He previously worked on Conflict Management issues in Lebanon and Jordan and blogs at Reflexion from the East.
— See the last article: Don’t repeat Cambodia’s mistakes in Yemen
Zaid Ali Alwazir: Writer and President of the Yemen Heritage and Research Center (YHRC).
— See the last article: Agricultural policy in Yemen’s highlands and lowlands