Khadijah Abdullah

Founder of Reaching All HIV+ Muslims In America (RAHMA)
Khadijah is a Muslim, Public Health Professional, Entrepreneur, Activist, and Seeker of Doing Good. She is the founder of Reaching All HIV+ Muslims In America (RAHMA), a nonprofit that addresses HIV, Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting (FGM/C), Sexual Health, and Gender-Based Violence (GBV) in faith communities through education, advocacy, and empowerment. 
Khadijah is also the founder of the federally recognized National Faith HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, and Playtime Event Sitters, a premier onsite wedding and event childcare service. 
Most recently Khadijah joined Children’s  National Hospital as a Senior Clinical Research Coordinator in the HIV Prevention and Treatment Program. She is also a former Faith Ambassador with the COVID-19 Prevention Network and has joined the HIV Vaccines Trial Network to continue engaging faith communities of color in conversations around the effects of HIV, disparities, prevention efforts, and effective community response. 
Khadijah is always thinking of innovative ways to make a difference. Connect with Khadijah on Instagram @iam.khadijah or via email at [email protected].