(She/her) is a Magna Cum Laude graduate from the illustrious Howard University, where she received her BFA in Theatre Arts.
Khadija most recently graduated from UCLA's MFA Producers program where she interned in film and television development for producers and companies such as Charles D. King's MACRO, Roy Lee's Vertigo Films, Effie Brown's Gamechanger Films, and most recently Pamplona Productions with Amy Lippman before working as a TV, Scripted Assistant at WME.
Prior to attending UCLA, Khadija was a Play Director for elementary schools across South Los Angeles. Khadija’s work has been a finalist in the Pittsburgh Shorts Screenwriting Competition and a Quarterfinalist in the Atlanta Film Festival, and awarded the Dan Angel Family Award and the Barbara Boyle Promising Producer Award.
Khadija writes female-driven narratives that center around deeply flawed characters, in a stylized world, that have high highs and low lows. Her work explores topics such as Black girl/womanhood, sexuality, and the liberation of women’s bodies.