Seydi Sarr is the founder and Director of ABISA (African Bureau for Immigration and Social Affairs), a nonprofit that helps African and Black Immigrants in Michigan and nationwide know their rights, access resources, and become socially invested and civically engaged. Seydi is a court interpreter, a Detroit Equity Action Lab fellow, a Michigan Political Leadership Program fellow and a New American Leaders fellow. Seydi curates intersectional conversations, fosters youth development, and teaches African dance. A Senegalese native, Seydi is a graduate of Wayne State University School of Social Work (BSW) and Marygrove School of Social Justice (M.A. SJ).