Muslim. Jordanian. Woman. Immigrant. Biker. Baller.
As a first generation immigrant from Jordan, I moved from place to place most of my life. Cambridge became my home. It’s where I’ve received my education at Harvard, where I rented my first apartment, and where I have found a deeply loving community. I am an advocate of education, teaching hundreds of students interpersonal and leadership skills. I have used sports as a unique platform to spark change within society through after-school programming, creating curriculum, and community building. I will fight for affordable housing, climate justice, transportation, and educational equity.
I extend you an invitation to join us. I would love to talk to you, hear your story, and see how I can be a hand or voice.
I can't wait to make you proud.
"Never forget that justice is what love looks like in public."
- C. West
Ayah Al-Zubi protesting for affirmative action in higher education in front of Supreme Court.