Wazina Zondon, Project Manager, takes her years of experience producing theater and teaching and applies those skills of attention to detail, collaboration, facilitation, event planning, fundraising, and balancing multiple needs at once to the projects for our clients.
An Afghan raised in New York City, Wazina comes to us having been a sexuality educator & trainer who focuses on intersectional identities, often providing expertise Islam & sexuality. Zondon is also the co-writer and co-performer of Coming Out Muslim: Radical Acts of Love, a personal storytelling performance capturing the experience of being queer and Muslim. She is included in the Advocate Magazine's 2019 Champions of Pride, featured in HBO's OutList, HuffPost, VICE/Broadly, them., Season 2 of The Secret Life of Muslims and The Muslims of Brooklyn Oral History Project.
When not working on the next fundraising event or design project, she is working on Faith: in Love/faith in love which (re)traces her parent's love story and family's inherited love print. She holds degrees in International Relations and Women's Studies from SUNY New Paltz.