Prior to joining Corporate Citizenship, I worked in the interfaith charity sector for two years. During this time, I delivered award-winning social action projects, led workshops on project implementation, co-organised London’s largest Youth Interfaith Summit, and produced a guidebook on how to facilitate open interfaith dialogue.Areas of
By nature of my two degrees, I am a trained researcher that specialises in the field of international development. My Masters degree at the University of Oxford saw me critically analyse development programmes that target poverty, race and gender inequality, and environmental sustainability. I focussed my thesis on analysing Palestinian refugee remittances through the lens of humanitarian aid. Not only did this project focus on giving agency back to refugees, but it attempted to shift the popular narrative around them being ‘helpless victims’ and receivers of aid towards them being proactive providers of aid themselves.
Person I most admire:
I admire the courage and determination of all displaced peoples. Particularly the strength needed to uproot their lives and start afresh whilst actively engaging in the remembrance of their homelands.