Research Affiliate at Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security
Hijri Unknown–Present (AH);
Common Era Unknown–Present (CE)
She is an Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University and a Senior Fellow at Center for Global Peace. She also served as the Assistant Professor and Associate Director of Georgetown University’s MA Program in Conflict Resolution and as the Associate Director at Salam Institute for Peace and Justice. Her experience includes research, programming in conflict resolution and development in the MENA region, intergroup and interfaith mediation and dialogue facilitation, gender-responsive programming, and evaluation and monitoring.
She is the author of “Standing on an Isthmus: Islamic Narratives of War and Peace in the Palestinian Territories” and co-author of “Anthology on Islam and Peace and Conflict Resolution in Islam: Precept and Practice,” and “On the Significance of Religion in Conflict and Conflict Resolution” in the Religion Matters Book Series.