Hafsa Khan

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Hafsa Khan is an Immigrant Constituent Advocate for United States Senator Sherrod Brown. She started the job in 2014.

I am also a congressional aide in his state office and manage the internship program, page program, and staff and executive scheduling. This past year I have worked on special projects that include statewide conferences and initiatives that target key constituency groups in Ohio.[1]


The Ohio State University, Bachelor of Arts (BA) International Studies and Foreign Diplomacy, 2010 – 2014.

Activities and Societies: The Buckeye Leadership Fellows, Pakistani American Students Association, Laotian American Organization, Muslim Student Association.[2]

Noor Islamic Cultural Center

On October 27th, 2015, "new bridges were built between the muslim community of Central Ohio and the state government through invigorating discussion. As various community leaders introduced themselves and their faith-based organizations, United States Senator Sherrod Brown’s staff members John Ryan, Joe Gilligan and Hafsa Khan insightfully saw the impact our community has made. A wide spectrum of concerns were discussed as well, ranging from youth and education, to even immigration policy".[3]