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Minahil graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2016 with a Bachelors of Arts in Advocacy and Argumentation from the University at Buffalo where she was a Prentice Family Foundation Western New York Prosperity Fellow and served as the undergraduate Student Association President. Outside of the classroom, Minahil was motivated by her own immigration journey from Pakistan to become involved with the large influx of refugees resettling in Buffalo which sparked her interest in international and comparative law.

After college she worked in Buffalo City Hall and later served as a Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society at UC Berkeley, analyzing data from 2016 Presidential election with an emphasis on communities of color. Most recently, she spent 10 months working New Delhi as a William J. Clinton Fellow where she focused on expanding the scope of the women’s livelihood initiative at the Aga Khan Foundation.