Kinza Mian is currently working as a Resident Assistant at Fordham University. She is currently enrolled in Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business, majoring in Marketing, and minoring in Arabic. She decided to minor in Arabic as she felt it is important to understand the language of the Quran. Her learnings in Islam have taught her about social justice, compassion, community service, and spiritual growth. She sees these qualities reflected in the mission of the Cordoba House. Kinza and her family are originally from Pakistan and moved to the United States over two decades ago where she grew up in Queens. In her free time, Kinza enjoys traveling to different museums in the city and trying new foods. She is very close to her younger nieces and nephews and spends time with them over the weekend. Kinza believes it is important to foster a healthy spirituality in children and hopes to contribute to the community by showing them the beauty of Islam.