Field Director Maha Rizvi grew up in Southern California and has been involved in various political campaigns since she was a junior at Santiago High School.
At the age of 17, she joined her mother and volunteered for Barack Obama. She then moved to Texas to pursue her Bachelor’s degree in Public Health at Texas A&M University. While at A&M, Maha was actively involved around campus, including being part of the Student Government Association where she served as Vice President of Senate Affairs.
After graduating, Maha moved back to her home state of California. She worked for ITLink Solutions as Operation Manager, and has been part of the Women’s Committee at the Corona Mosque.
Ultimately, her goal is to start a non-profit women’s and children’s shelter. She enjoys traveling and her goal is to visit all seven continents.