Philanthropist and author Hanna Jaff Bosdet is the star of Netflix’s “MADE IN MEXICO” hit new series, which showcases nine of Mexico City’s wealthy socialites, revealing their opulent lifestyles throughout the culturally vibrant city.
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.
Let’s welcome on Psychedelichosting, the woman who represents the strength of women empowerment and education in the present society, Hanna Jaff.
As the founder of a non-profit organization, The Jaff Foundation for Education, you seem to have deep passion to work for the underprivileged. Where do you think this desire to work for the betterment of the younger generation originate within you? Share an experience that will always remain in your heart?
My non-profit helps with refugees, immigrants, and the less fortunate by donating self-taught English learning books and campaigning against discrimination. It’s my two sides, my father always helped with refugees, and my mother with immigrants. This is why my charity does what it does, immigrants are the love for my mother and refugees are the love for my father. I grew up around that, and I’m very passionate about it. When I was a teenager, an experience I will always remember is the first time I saw the aftermaths of a war zone and felt impotent. Wanting to do so much and couldn’t. I felt angry, sad, and hopeless. I saw, heard, and felt the stories behind every refugee. I remember telling my father that day that I wanted to devote my life to humanitarian work.
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