Ms. Sadaf is the Deputy Director for Rawadari. She has been a former Diplomat and has served as a Commercial Counselor at the Afghanistan Embassy in Brussels.  Additionally, She has served in senior management positions at key government and non-government organizations in the past eight years. She served as the Director of Sectoral Policy Analysis at the Ministry of Finance, where she was leading the development of the National Priority  Program for Private Sector Development (PSD NPP). For more than four years she worked as the Director of Projects at the Harakat/ Afghanistan Investment Climate Facility Program funded by DFID where she initiated reform projects at the national level (like the business licensing reform, development of a Credit registry system at the Central Bank, and Establishment of the Public and Private Partnership Unit at the Ministry of Finance Afghanistan). She also has experience working at USAID as the Regional Project Director for the PROMOTE Project supporting woman-owned and led businesses. She has pursued her post-graduate studies in Public Policy with a focus on International Political Economy from the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy at the University of Erfurt, Germany. She holds a Bachelor of Economics from Kabul University, Economics Faculty. Speaking of her language competency, in addition to native and national languages, she has fluent English,  her German and French language skills are moderate.