Salma Kamni

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Salma (she/her) is a senior at Stanford studying Design and Human Behavior. Growing up in a community of predominantly Muslim immigrants developed her vibrant and multifaceted understanding of the interactions of different cultures within the American landscape, along with the struggles they face. On campus, Salma is involved in Design for America (Stanford), where she spearheads an initiative to design curriculum for the incarcerated, the BILI interfaith fellowship where she leads roundtable multi-faith discussions, and brings multicultural and historical discussions through her role as a Abbasi-Markaz fellow. Salma is excited to merge her passions in public service, education, and human-centered product design to solve real issues in communities like hers. Outside of class, you can find Salma at the farmers market or brewing a cup of coffee (or tea in the evenings). 

Placement: Salesforce, Responsible AI Assistants User Research Internship