Naimah Hakim has over five years of experience in community organizing, human rights, and program management in the nonprofit sector. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from Princeton University with a focus on African American and Gender studies. Since 2019, Naimah has worked as an associate at Human Rights Watch where she co-manages the logistics of training and editorial initiatives, including the annual ‘World Report.’ She provides dynamic administrative support to several senior staffers, including the organization’s Program Director. Previously, Naimah completed a 2016 research fellowship focused on the Women-Peace-Security agenda at the Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom. There, she helped coordinate side events at the United Nations for the seventeenth anniversary of UN Security Council Resolution 1325. Afterwards, Hakim worked as a coordinator at the African American Policy Forum assisting the ‘Say Her Name’ campaign and providing production capacity for the podcast ‘Intersectionality Matters.’ In this context, she worked to raise awareness of women impacted by police brutality by supporting the organization’s panel events and partnerships in the U.S., Caribbean, and Western Europe. Through these experiences, she developed strong skills in monitoring, event planning, and project management. Naimah enjoys focusing on projects rooted in feminist advocacy, humanitarian work, and diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.