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Salaam Sbini

Associate, Strategy & Research

Salaam Sbini is a Strategy and Research Associate at Propper Daley where she brings her experience in research and social impact across all of Propper Daley’s clients. Salaam joined the Propper Daley team from the William Monroe Trotter Collaborative for Social Justice at the Harvard Kennedy School where she worked as a research and administrative assistant under Rev. Cornell William Brooks on criminal justice reform, voting, and public-policy. Prior to her work at Harvard, she worked in the nonprofit sector in wraparound human services, refugee work, and civil rights. She has also been recruited to be part of various research projects that have included a focus on Syrian torture victims at UC Berkeley and decolonizing pyschology at UMass. Salaam earned her M.A. in Theological Studies on a full scholarship from Harvard Divinity School, and earned her B.A. in History from the University of California, Berkeley, where she won the Afaf Kanafani prize for her senior thesis on women’s religious movements.