Candidate for Master of International Development Policy at Georgetown University
Nausheen Khan is currently enrolled in the Master of International Development Policy program at Georgetown University. Prior to that, she had been working at Khan Foundation, a non-government organization in Bangladesh that focuses on democracy, development and human rights, where she used her knowledge of global concerns and management experience to conduct research and implement projects. She was the Coordinator for a regional project titled, “Women’s Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights and Climate Change: What is the Connection?” in partnership with Asian-Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women (ARROW). At the international level, she has been involved with the Post-2015 and the Rio+20 processes to ensure that these are participatory, inclusive and responsive to the needs of those directly affected by poverty and injustice, in particular marginalized groups including women, and youth. She is also a passionate writer and focuses primarily on social issues.