Web Page: https://www.salmamousa.com/
Salma Mousa is an Egyptian PhD candidate at Stanford University’s political science department, where she is a fellow at the Centers for Philanthropy and Civil Society, International Conflict and Negotiation, and Global Development. At Stanford’s Immigration Policy Lab, she works directly with resettlement agencies to design and implement RCTs aimed socioeconomically integrating refugees. Her dissertation uses experimental evidence from the Arab world to test and build a theory of change around social cohesion. She received her BSc in International Politics from Georgetown University in Qatar, where she also worked as an Aljazeera researcher and helped launch the region’s first Arabic public policy school, the Doha Institute. She is a 2017-18 USIP Peace and Security Scholar.