Naaz Khan is an educator with 10 years of experience in immigrant, refugee, and interfaith education, including teaching, curriculum development, materials development, research, and training. She has experience with international refugee educational programming as well as domestic refugee resettlement, and has worked with several refugee service providers including the Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area and the International Rescue Committee. She is also currently an instructor at the University of Maryland, College Park, and facilitates dialogues on interfaith issues and on immigration.
Ms. Khan has a M.A. in International Educational Development from Columbia University, Certification in English Language Teaching to Adults, and a degree in Refugee Studies from the American University in Cairo.