Farah F. Hegazi is a Ph.D. student in environmental policy with a concentration in political science. Her research interests are in political institutions and environmental politics in developing countries, specifically state capacity and water service delivery, water security, and human security. She has previous research experience in environmental peacebuilding, transboundary water cooperation in the Nile Basin, and the security implications of energy, food, and water scarcity.
Farah holds a BSc. in environmental science from McGill University and a master’s in environmental management from Duke University. She is fluent in Arabic.
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