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On defending the rights of American Muslims and the marginalized
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Aliya Janjua started Confessions of Successful Asian Women to help other women find a supportive community in their professional lives. She wanted to tap into the experiences of those who led a similar journey, get career advice, mentorship, and uplift each other to realize their dreams.
Aliya is passionate about women's empowerment and strongly believes that education is a right not a privilege. She cares deeply about gender equality and creating equal opportunity for all.
Find out more about Aliya on our Mission page.