Khadijah earned a master’s degree in public health with an emphasis on rural health, maternal health, and health leadership and management. She will continue her education by pursuing a Doctorate of Public Health with a concentration in Health Management and leadership and obtaining a Certification in Physician Assistant studies. Before joining the AICAF team, she worked in clinical health settings specializing in Gastroenterology and emergency medicine. She has over a year of experience in health management and possesses over five years of clinical research experience in metastatic pre-menopausal breast cancer.
Khadijah’s passion is to be an advocate for health equity, health promotion, and reducing health disparities among Native and minority communities. In her leisure time, Khadijah enjoys creating residual income, cooking, shopping, spending time with her family, mentoring youth, and aiding the needs of elders in her community.