Hope Ghazala (no pronouns, name only) is a licensed social worker, organizer, and
facilitator with over 6 years of experience as a popular and political educator in various
social justice movements, including youth sexual and reproductive health, climate
justice, and labor organizing. This work has expanded Hope’s passion for making
information accessible and spaces that value multicultural experiences. As a proud
Muslim and self-described "Egypt-o-Rican," Hope draws strength and guidance from
Hope's spiritual and cultural identities. A native New Yorker, Hope enjoys exploring NYC,
traveling abroad, dancing, and delving into cross-cultural fiction.