Usra Ghazi is a Senior Advisor at America Indivisible, a nonprofit coalition addressing anti-Muslim bigotry by strengthening neighbor-to-neighbor ties in local communities across the United States. She previously served as a commissioner on D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser's Interfaith Council and 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.
Hasher returned to the United States from Pakistan in 2008. Currently, he works and studies Arabic in the Middle East. In the past, he has interned with the ACLU of Ohio and served on the State Farm Youth Advisory Board, Pearson Student Advisory Board, and HOPE VT. He also served as an E3! Ambassador for The White House Initiative on Asian American and Pacific Islanders. He holds a BA in Political Science from Middlebury College and an MPhil in Islamic Studies & History from the University of Oxford. He is a Humanity in Action Senior Fellow, Truman Scholar, and Marshall Scholar.
Myra is most recently focused on gaps in clinical care related to nutrition and obesity. She brings experience in impact investing in emerging markets and behavioral change theory for social sector organizations. She has served as an Executive Director for an education nonprofit and as a Research Fellow with a poverty think tank. Myra graduated with a BA in Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel as a Buckley Public Service and Morehead-Cain scholar.