Saad Khan

Advisor, Intersectionality and Privacy

Saad Khan brings deep research experience at the intersection of LGBTQI politics and activism, and postcolonial modernity in the Global South. Previously, he was at BRAC James P. Grant School of Public Health where he worked on research and advocacy on sexual and reproductive health and privacy rights. He collaborates and builds coalitions with nonprofit, activist and human rights groups in South Asia, U.S. and Europe to develop advocacy strategies on legislations and policy developments and support research on diverse gender and sexual identities and expressions. His work has received awards the U.S. Department of State, Swedish Institute and the Social Science Research Council. Saad is a PhD candidate at University of Washington.