Faezeh began her career in communications and development by helping launch and establish Sharing Sacred Spaces, an interfaith community building organization, and led collaborative programming with the Parliament of the World’s Religions. Faezeh has extensive experience working with Muslim, Arab, and South Asian communities as a qualitative researcher on topics related to social welfare, civil liberties protection, and migration. Previously, Faezeh conducted research for the Pluralism Project at Harvard University investigating issues of religious diversity and interfaith relations.
Faezeh’s current work is in digital communications with the Johns Hopkins’s School of Advanced International Studies Rethinking Iran Initiative. Trained at Karamah’s Law and Leadership program in Washington D.C. on topics related to effective leadership, conflict resolution, and international law, Faezeh is currently involved with A World of Neighbours, a Swedish initiative dedicated to working with and for refugees and migrants across Europe.
Faezeh has a B.A. in Religious Studies from the University of California, Riverside and is currently working towards her M.A. in Social Work with a concentration in Global Social Development at the University of Chicago.