About the author
Reza Sattar is a Canadian Writer, Political Poet, Engineer and Businessman. Throughout his childhood and youth, Sattar travelled across the World learning about an array of different cultures, and becoming aware of the importance of empowering women and equal rights. The author moved to Russia in the late 1980's, earning a Master’s of Science in Electrical Engineering and later studied at The University of Toronto, Canada.
In late 1990's he moved to United States and then to Canada in the year 2000. The author has been regularly involved in a variety of humanitarian efforts including the launch of a scholarship program, founding a non-profit organization “Reza Sattar Foundation” and exploring women’s rights, anti-corruption, and rights for the poor.
Stroke II Stroke - Empower Women, is Reza Sattar’s latest book, exploring the subject of feminism, women’s rights around the world, and the importance of female empowerment. He is the author of the book “Seize Nobel Foundation“ and his next book, soon to be published is on Political Poetry called “Who Is My Enemy”.