Syeda is pursuing a master’s degree in public administration at Wright State University. Syeda is an advocate for women’s participation in community development. During an internship at the East End Community Services (EECS), she helped the community to develop strategies to reduce drug abuse in the neighborhood, and she assisted with a redevelopment plan of vacant properties. Currently, she is working at ‘Premier Health – Help Me Grow Brighter Futures’ as an intern.’ It is a healthcare organization that is operated with the Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association (GDAHA) and funded through federal and state programs. The organization coordinates with a variety of local, state, and national agencies. Syeda helps the organization with grant writing, research, strategic planning, external funding, and project development. At Wright State, Syeda serves as the Chief Operating Officer for the President’s Ambassador program, President of the Bangladesh Student Association, and Fundraising Director of Golden Key International Honour Society. In spring 2019 she was awarded a travel grant to attend an international leadership summit in Australia. Upon completion of her degree, Syeda wants to join public service as an urban planner and incorporate robust environment-friendly ideas in city planning to eradicate the issues related to climate change.