Suzy Kassem (December 1, 1975) is an American writer, poet, philosopher, human rights activist, essayist, cultural critic, and filmmaker of Egyptian parentage. Her creative and written works span the fields of moral philosophy, epistemology, ontology, metaphysics, theology, humanism, mysticism, ethics, art, drama, and literature. Her literary style typically interweaves a poetic and philosophical sensibility, while displaying a fondness for metaphors, irony, similitudes, symmetry, maxims, aphorisms, and a variety of parallelisms. The majority of her intellectual and artistic contributions are colored with strong universal themes promoting social justice, global synergy, world citizenry, and truth. A lover of traveling the globe and experiencing different cultures, Suzy Kassem is an unconventional woman of many diverse talents and interests.