Khadija’s interest in reproductive health started as an undergraduate at the University of Maryland when she became a sexual and reproductive health peer educator simply to learn more for herself and bring that knowledge to the community she grew up in. She has since worked in an array of healthcare settings including pregnancy aid centers in Maryland, a reproductive justice nonprofit in Washington and in healthcare equity at University of Washington Medical Center. Khadija recently completed her Masters in Health Administration from the University of Washington. You may find yourself getting a friendly email, call, or text from Khadija to help coordinate the best care possible for your needs.
University of Maryland,
Bachelor of Science in Community Health
University of Washington,
Masters in Health Administration
Additional Clinical Interests
Black Maternal Health, Improving Accessibility of Mental Health, Tech in Healthcare