Carnegie Mellon University
International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT)
Iman Mazloum studied International Relations and Theatrical Directing before starting her Master’s degree in Arts Management at Carnegie Mellon University, which effectively combines her political background, her artistic practice and her love for administration. Iman has always been an advocate for the telling of diverse narratives through art and in March of 2016, Iman adapted, produced and directed, “The Zahra Center” based on the novel Surviving Zahra by Fatima Aly Jaffer. The play centered around the culture of silence surrounding sexual assault and relationship violence in some conservative North American Muslim communities. Iman hopes to continue to advocate for the arts and for sharing life experiences through creative mediums.
Areas of interest
- Non-Profit Management