Loully Saney is a Politics major at Princeton University pursuing a certificate in Near Eastern Studies. In the summer of 2011 she interned for the Shahnama Project, specifically working on expanding communications through enhancing the online presence of the Project. Among other activities she helped setting up and organising the Shahnama Project at Cambridge Facebook webpage. Loully also worked on the project website, entering the data related to the illustrations of the manuscripts in several collections and collecting the information on potential sources of financial support, as well as collecting the electronic information related to the Shahnama.
At Princeton, Saney is a Senior Writer for the Daily Princetonian and on the Governing Council for the political and debating union, the Whig-Cliosophic Society. Saney is deeply interested in international relations and foreign policy, with a focus on the Middle East. She is a former intern at the Center for Iranian Studies at Columbia University where she edited articles for Encyclopedia Iranica. Saney has also studied at the University of Tehran where she received a certificate with honors in Persian Language from the International Center for Persian Studies.