Dominic Bocci currently works at a foreign policy think tank. He was formerly the Islamic law programs manager at the American Society for Muslim Advancement, where he oversaw the development of the Muftiyyah Training Program and coordainated the Global Muslim Women’s Shura Council. He was also an in-house Islamic governance expert for the Cordoba Initiative. Prior to this position, Dominic worked for the Bureau of Development Policy at the United Nations Development Programme, where he focused on civil society engagement and international health policy. A former Fulbright fellow to the United Arab Emirates and presidential scholar at the American University in Cairo, Dominic is generally interested in U.S. foreign policy, faith-based development, and sexuality and human rights. Dominic has a Masters degree in Anthropology from Columbia University, where he studied legal anthropology and international development. He graduated, with honors, from the University of California, Berkeley, with Bachelors degrees in Middle Eastern Studies and South and Southeast Asian Studies, and attended both the School of Oriental and African Studies and the American University in Beirut.