Margari Aziza Hill is co-founder at MuslimARC and freelance writer with articles published in Time, Huffington Post, Aljazeera English, and Islamic Monthly. She has five years full time experience working full time in community organizations, five years experience in administration and technical writing in Silicon Valley small businesses and startups, and over 10 years teaching experience at various capacities including substitute teacher, instructor, curriculum design, school policy, and teacher training. She taught Writing and Literature at Al-Aqsa Islamic Academy, developed instructed an Art and Literacy class for Clara Muhammad Summer Camp and worked as a Lead Teacher and Curriculum Developer at United Muslim Masjid Summer Madrasa. She earned her bachelor’s degree in History from Santa Clara University in 2003 and master’s in History of the Middle East and Islamic Africa from Stanford University in 2006. She has given talks and lectures in various universities and community centers throughout the country.