Usra Ghazi is a fellow at The Foundation for Religious Literacy and director of policy and programs at America Indivisible, a nonprofit coalition addressing anti-Muslim bigotry by strengthening neighbor-to-neighbor ties in local communities across the United States.
She is also a Senior Fellow for Religious Freedom at the Freedom Forum Institute and a commissioner on D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser’s Interfaith Council.
She has worked as an interfaith leader and organizer in various capacities over the past decade including work with Interfaith Youth Core, Kids4Peace, and the Pluralism Project at Harvard University.
She previously worked at the U.S. Department of State as a policy advisor and Franklin Fellow at the Office of Religion and Global Affairs and as a Strategic Designer in the Educational and Cultural Affairs Bureau’s Collaboratory.
She has also served as a policy fellow for the City of Boston in the Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Advancement.
She holds a master’s degree from Harvard Divinity School in Religion and Politics and a bachelor’s in Religious Studies from DePaul University.