Host Bios

Sayeh Hormozi

Sayeh Hormozi is the Senior Manager of Civic and International Engagement at the National Constitution Center. In this role, Hormozi has traveled to Afghanistan to facilitate cultural exchange between students in Kabul and students in Philadelphia through a photography exhibition entitled Being We the People.

In her previous position at the Center, Hormozi was the Program Manager for the Pennsylvania Coalition for Representative Democracy, an initiative whose mission is to further civic education in Pennsylvania schools. Prior to joining the Center, Hormozi taught high school English for four years in a suburb of Dallas, Texas.

Born in Iran, and raised in the United States, she has a passion for civic discussion, engagement and cultural exchange. A graduate of the University of North Texas with a degree in English, Hormozi hosted two television shows on her college cable access network, NT Scene — the longest running show in the school’s history — and a music and variety show entitled, The Beat.

SuChin Pak

SuChin Pak is the host of “G Word,” a daily news series about innovation in the environmental space, on the Planet Green Network.

Prior to joining the Planet Green Network, Pak served as an MTV News correspondent. While part of the MTV news team, she co-hosted MTV’s pre-Grammy show and covered the MTV Video Music Awards, the MTV Movie Awards, and the Sundance Film Festival. Pak was also an integral part of MTV’s 2004 Choose or Lose Campaign, which sought to encourage young people to vote. In addition, she covered the September 11th tragedy, contributing segments about young volunteers and Muslim-American women. In 2005, Pak traveled to Thailand to cover the aftermath of the tsunami. Following Hurricane Katrina, she visited Baton Rouge to report on college students at Louisiana State University who aided rescue and recovery efforts.

Born in Korea, Pak and her family moved to the Bay Area when she was five years old. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, with a degree in political science.