Rashi Narayan graduated from Washington University in St. Louis in 2018 with a degree in International Development and Jewish, Islamic, and Near East Studies, focusing on identity building in Syria and Egypt.
During her study abroad in Jordan, she researched the social structures in the Syrian refugee camps. For her honors thesis, she wrote on Egyptian national identity and censorship during the Cold War.
Prior to Georgetown Law, Rashi worked at Subject Matter, a bipartisan lobbying firm in DC. As the Senior Research Associate, she tracked federal legislation on financial technology, clean energy, and infrastructure.