About This Author
Naseemah Mohamed is a Zimbabwean Harvard graduate and a Rhodes Scholar, currently pursuing a PhD at Oxford University in International Education Policy. Her research primarily focuses on education and conflict in Sub-Saharan Africa. In 2014 she served as a Fellowships tutor in Adams House at Harvard University, where she aided students applying for post-graduate fellowships, including the Rhodes, Marshall and Commonwealth scholarships. She also co-founded the Center for African Cultural Excellence and its flagship program, Writivism, which helps emerging African writers through a mentorship program with established writers, and hosts annual writing workshops for young writers across the continent.
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