Kenya | SPURS Fellow
Nabila has worked with governments and multilateral organizations in fragile states to develop rural development, health and emergency preparedness public policies and programs. She has held positions in the Aga Khan Development Network, the United Nations and the International Organization for migration and has worked on projects in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kenya, Tanzania, the United States and Switzerland. She has a master of public health from Yale University and is trained in conflict resolution. At MIT, she will explore how urban design promotes pluralism and security and how to engage the private sector in urban development.