Fatihah Ullah

Undergraduate Diversity Fellow, Political and Security Affairs


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Fatihah Ullah

Fatihah Ullah a 2022 Undergraduate Diversity Fellow working with the Political and Security Affairs team at NBR.

She is a graduating sophomore at Montgomery College and intends to major in International Affairs with a concentration in conflict resolution in Asia and the Middle East after transferring to a four-year institution. She takes a strong interest in studying gender dynamics and its intersection with religious and cultural ideals. Before this fellowship, Fatihah worked on an independent research project at Johns Hopkins University, where she studied honor killings in Pakistan and utilized quantitative data to predict a potential solution. Her passion for research stems from a desire to dedicate her life to public service and advocacy in both her local community and at an international level. During her time at Montgomery College, she has focused on various projects targeting food insecurity as well as worked closely with students with disabilities through tutoring. As an Undergraduate Diversity Fellow at NBR, Fatihah is looking forward to exploring global conflict through a new lens while also expanding her knowledge in research and political discourse.