Khadija Mohamud graduated from the Walsh School of Foreign Service in 2017 with a major in international politics and a concentration in international law, institutions, and ethics. She also pursued a certificate in Muslim-Christian relations and minor in Arabic. She was a Jesuit Universities Humanitarian Action Network fellow at the Center for Social Justice and a clerical assistant for the Office of Muslim Life. At the Berkley Center she was a 2016-2017 Doyle Fellow and is passionate about assessing the ramifications of U.S. domestic and foreign policy towards refugees and migrants. During summer 2016 she was a processing operations intern for the U.S. Conference for Catholic Bishops' Migration and Refugee Services.