Fatemeh Fakhraie is a digital marketing strategist who enjoys writing and speaking about issues related to social media, women and people of color in the workplace, and digital branding strategies.
In 2007, Fatemeh founded Muslimah Media Watch, a website dedicated to critically analyzing images of Muslim women in global media and pop culture. She served as editor-in-chief of the website from 2007 – 2011, and currently acts as a Senior Adviser.
In 2009, Fatemeh published her first book, Effects of Socioeconomic Status on Hijab Styles in Urban Iranian Women, a textbook version of her master’s thesis. In 2011, she was published in an anthology of American Muslim women’s voices, titled I Speak for Myself.
While she continues to write and speak on occasion, Fatemeh is focusing on a career in digital marketing. She has over a decade of social media branding expertise and digital content strategy experience.
About her work
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