He founded a social organization, The International Club, with his best friend as an attempt to bridge different cultures and observe the commonalities of humanity. The International Club had its own biweekly newsletter, which marked the beginning of Hani’s writings. Hani fell in love with the art of poetry and its simplicity at the age of 16. At first he used his writings as a means of expressing his emotions. He found writing both comforting and therapeutic, but it wasn’t long until he utilized his talent to discuss broader and more serious issues. In 1999, Hani attended the City College of New York where he attained his Bachelors of Art in International Studies with a focus on the Middle East. He went on to continue his graduate studies at Long Island University in hopes of pursuing one of his greatest passions of joining the international political arena. In 2007, he finished his Master in Political Science with a focus on Human Rights. Hani has been a consultant to the United Nations for a number of years where he has worked on a wide range of issues, including Gender Equality, Human Rights, Children in Armed Conflict, Persons with Disabilities, Autism Awareness, AIDS, Earth Day. Refugees, Migration, Counter Terrorism, and Climate Change. He has also taught courses at Baruch College in Manhattan. Throughout the years Hani never stopped writing and, currently, is finishing his first Fictional Novel.