I hated every minute of training, but I said, 'Don't quit. Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion.'
Thank you for visiting. This website intends to be a location that illustrates my research while also providing resources to students. I am a recent graduate of Claremont Graduate University's Master of Arts program in English, specializing in American Literature, and trained in critical and literary analysis.
I have committed much of my past, as well my future, to give objective analyses to Arab and Muslim American voices. I study how textual mediums, works of literature, and the large corpora made by members of the MENA community reveal fresh perceptions of America. In turn, I look to see how dominant American voices have viewed the community through their literary productions.
I have successfully served in numerous leadership roles, ranging from industry work to academic environments. My primary leadership goal is to deliver the best product possible without sacrificing the inclusion and fair treatment of the team. Achieving this goal is done through the facilitation of an equitable and transparent environment, open to new voices yet committed in purpose.
I aim to create a capstone project through students' original and innovative voices. In doing so, I expose students to many modes of arguments and writing through a variety of cultures, views, and methods of communication. I want the student to be in the driver's seat of their capstone project, instilling a sense of confidence and control towards their individual goal.