Khayriyyah MuhammadSmith

Hi, Khayriyyah (kuh-RYE-yah) here! I am a gender equity advocate focused on the empowerment of Black and brown girls across the globe. I currently work with the Ashinaga Africa Initiative-a international university scholarship organization for high achieving, low-income students from sub-Saharan Africa. I completed a graduate degree in Human Rights, Culture, and Social Justice where my research focused on girl’s education and cross-cultural exchange. I am very passionate about all things youth and all things girl and excited to continue finding new ways to empower both groups!

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