Rabia Chaudry

Founder, Safe Nation Collaborative; Author, Adnan's Story; Co-Host, "Undisclosed"

Rabia Chaudry is an attorney, author, speaker, and writer on countering violent extremism, civil rights, immigration, criminal justice, faith, and gender. She most recently was the Jennings Randolph Senior Fellow at the US Institute of Peace, where she researched the intersection of religion and violent extremism. Previously, she was an international security fellow at New America Foundation working on the empowerment of American Muslim communities in social media advocacy. Chaudry authored the best-seller Adnan’s Story, about the wrongful conviction of Adnan Syed, and co-hosts the podcasts “Undisclosed” and “The 45th.” She is also a licensed attorney with over a decade of experience in immigration and civil rights law. 

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