Nadia Firozvi is the project manager for the Just and Inclusive Society Project at the Democracy Fund, a bipartisan foundation working to ensure that our political system is able to withstand new challenges and deliver on its promise to the American people. She oversees strategy development and grant making and provides expertise and guidance to grantees.
Prior to joining the Democracy Fund, Firozvi most recently served as a policy advisor in the Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. She also served as domestic policy coordinator at the Arab American Institute and as a staff attorney at the Asian Pacific American Legal Resource Center, where she provided direct legal services in immigration, language access, civil rights and more.
Firozvi was a founding board member of Many Languages One Voice, which fosters leadership and facilitates community-led initiatives to increase the meaningful inclusion of immigrants in the District of Columbia who do not speak English as their primary language.
Firozvi holds degrees from Loyola University in Maryland, the University of Baltimore School of Law, and American University Washington College of Law.