Serving as a Project Associate at Third Sector, Aliyah plays a significant role in engaging diverse stakeholders across various social sectors to gather input and draw top priority recommendations to produce outcomes-oriented contracts that connect communities with human services. Additionally, Aliyah’s role provides support to internal initiatives and business development opportunities. Through her commitment to this role, she plans to help Third Sector drive its continued growth and advance its anti-racist commitment through her passion for social change.
Aliyah went to Kent State University for undergrad, where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Pan-African Studies. Additionally, she is a proud alumna of Morgan State University, where she graduated with her master’s, Summa Cum, Laude, with her degree in Sociology and is a published ethnographer with an article in the Baltimore Sun.
Aliyah loves to visit family and friends and spends a lot of time reading, painting, and researching.