Salma Kamni is a senior studying Design and Human Behavior at the Stanford D. School. Salma grew up in a suburban community in Illinois dubbed “Little Palestine” – known for its large Arab and Muslim population. This has shaped her worldview and influences her interest in Muslim communities. Thus, she’s excited to work as the Abbasi-Markaz fellow this year. Salma hopes to use her degree to understand how different cultures and societies shape human behavior – and how those influences can be accounted for in product design. Salma’s hobbies include but are not limited to: taking a walk in nature, drumming on her daff (frame drum), or reading!