Asmae Fahmy

Asmae Fahmy



University of Miami



Asmae is an American-Egyptian multimedia journalist who has written for magazines, newspapers and websites all over the world. She has won dozens of national awards for her writing, including several distinctions from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. She also received the award for best coverage of race and minorities from the Society of Professional Journalists’ Sunshine State Awards.

Asmae's work appears in Daily News Egypt, Distraction Magazine, and Wine Spectator, among other publications. 


Asmae has a B.S. in Journalism and Psychology from the University of Miami's Honors Program. There, she served as editor-in-chief of Distraction Magazine, which won hundreds of awards under her leadership. She also served as a copy editor for The Miami Hurricane, UM's daily newspaper, and pursued internship opportunities at magazines and newspapers in New York, Fort Lauderdale and Cairo. She graduated Magna cum Laude in 2017.  

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