Nadia Aziz serves as Policy Counsel of the Stop Hate Project, where she works to ensure individuals and organizations targeted by hate have the resources they need to combat hate in their communities. Prior to joining the Lawyers’ Committee in 2017, Nadia worked at the Arab American Institute in Washington, DC as Director of Government Relations where she represented the interests of nearly 3.7 million Arab Americans to their elected and public officials on Capitol Hill and Executive branch agencies. She has previously served as a legal fellow with America Votes and Compliance Manager of the 2012 Democratic National Convention Committee. Nadia is a graduate of Clemson University and Charlotte School of Law. She writes and speaks on issues relating to the representation of minorities in politics, hate crimes, and the securitization of communities of color.
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