Rahima is pursuing a Master’s Degree in International and Comparative Politics, Master Certificate in Cyber Security, and Master Certificate in Geographic Information Systems. While obtaining her Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Rahima developed an interest in the international world, which lead to her involvement in the Model United Nations (MUN) Program at Wright State University, and Interning for Refugee Resettlement Program at Catholic Social Services. As delegate in the MUN program, Rahima got to serve in several committees, such as United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, General Assembly 5, and United Nations Economic and Social Council. Rahima got to address and come up with solution to topics such Strengthening the Capacity of Refugee Resettlement Countries and Providing Adequate Shelter for Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons. In addition to being a full-time student Rahima is currently employed as United State Central Command (CENTCOM) Research Assistant for Defense Institute of Security Cooperation Studies at Wright Patterson Air Force Base.