Khadijah Tribble is an activist on a mission to do good and Mid-Career Master in Public Administration at the Harvard Kennedy School. Khadijah is best known for leading change, delivering impactful results and acting as a powerhouse “Executive Advocate” in improving the quality of life for individuals domestically and abroad. Khadijah has served on numerous community boards and received several appointments on commissions and boards addressing the health needs and well-being of women, children and the LGBT communities. Additionally, she has shared her experience and expertise on NPR radio, appeared as a guest on the nationally syndicated Bev Smith Show and the Audrey Chapman Show. She is a co-founding member of the Community Wellness Collective located in southeast Washington, DC which focuses on reducing health disparities of residents East of the River. She chairs the Strategic Development Committee as a member of the Board of the Directors at United Medical Center located in Washington, DC. As a Cheng Fellow, Khadijah will use her collective skills and experiences to foster economic pathways for individuals with non-violent criminal offenses related to marijuana possession or trafficking and empower and elevate them to lead the way for reform at state and federal levels.