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Michelle Ohnona is a faculty fellow in the Center for New Design in Learning and Scholarship at Georgetown University and serves as the diversity requirement coordinator in the university’s Office of the Provost. She is also a professor in the Women's and Gender Studies Program, where she teaches sexuality studies, feminist theory, and a course on gender and sexuality in the Arab world. Her research begins at the intersection of feminist, postcolonial, critical race, and queer theory. In addition to her research and teaching, Ohnona has worked in the non-profit sector on support and advocacy initiatives for queer youth. After completing her undergraduate degree at Concordia University's Simone de Beauvoir Institute in Montréal, Canada, she pursued her graduate work at the University of London.