Farhana Sharmin is doing a Master of Arts (MA) in Strategic Communication at SUNY Oswego, NY, USA. Before that, she completed her MA in World Literature and BA degree in English Literature and Language from Jagannath University, Bangladesh. Her research interests are women and gender studies, ecocriticism, digital media, film, and communication studies.

During her bachelor’s at Jagannath University, she did a significant project on the Handicraft sectors of Bangladesh. She wrote a report named ” Handicraft in Bangladesh: Present Scenario and Possibilities.” Besides, during her master’s in World Literature, she has extensively researched postmodern theories, adaptation theories, and film studies. She wrote a thesis paper on “Postmodern aesthetics in Philip Kaufman’s adaptation of Milan Kundera’s The Unbearable Lightness of Being. She was listed for Dean’s merit award for her academic excellence.

She is an excellent debater; for her excellency in debating, she got the national award in debating in 2003 from Bangladesh. Besides, She enjoys traveling to new places, cooking new cuisines, and singing.