Interviewing President Clinton Changed his Life

According to Sina Kevin Nazemi, nothing is impossible.

July 17th, 2013

Now in Manhattan, Sina Kevin Nazemi’s newest venture is in health care. Photo: Freddie Mejia.
Now in Manhattan, Sina Kevin Nazemi’s newest venture is in health care. Photo: Freddie Mejia.

When Sina Kevin Nazemi ’03 interviewed then-President Clinton in the sixth grade, it changed his life. Scheduled to last just eight minutes, the interview lasted half an hour and aired nationally as an NBC Special Report.

The project began as a class assignment at the Fairview Elementary School in Columbia, Missouri. Although his teacher dismissed his choice of a US president as impossible, Nazemi persevered.

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