Student. Writer. Storyteller.
Aseal Tineh is an Arab Muslim American who draws from her hybrid identity to challenge mainstream narratives with untold stories and perspectives. She is an aspiring social leader from Chicago who strives to increase the representation of Arab and Muslim narratives in American politics.
Aseal is a graduate student pursuing a Master of Public Policy at the University of Chicago's Harris School of Public Policy. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy from the University of Chicago where she also studied Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations with a specialization in Islamic Studies and the Arabic language.
Aseal has played a significant role in increasing representation of diverse voices on campus and has held various leadership positions, including serving as Vice President of the Student Body. Aseal has been recognized for her student leadership and contributions to the campus community and was awarded the Howell Murray Alumni Association Award and an invitation to the University's Maroon Key Society.