Mohadesa Najumi (born January 12, 1993) is an Afghan-born British feminist writer based in London, United Kingdom who is also affiliated with The Huffington Post. Najumi received her Bachelors with first class honours from the University of Westminster in Politics and History and then went on to study at a Masters level for her Political Science degree at the University of Amsterdam. Her work has been published internationally and most recently she received endorsements from the likes of Viola Davis, Khloe Kardashian and Oscar De La Renta. Najumi spoke at the 3% Conference in London 2015 and has appeared on the BBC discussing military intervention.
As a young academic originally from Kabul, Najumi is an active blogger, feminist and secularist. Najumi cites neuroscience, existentialist philosophy, cultural anthropology, quantum physics, feminism and social psychology as her inspiration for investigating the interaction between subjects and their relationship with the wider world. Najumi is currently working with a publishers to release her first book.
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