Recently named a Marshall Scholar, Nabiha Syed is the author of Replicating Dreams (Oxford University Press, 2008), a study of microfinance and marketing in Pakistan and Bangladesh. As a Yale Information Society Project student fellow, she co-founded the Media Freedom and Information Access Practicum, a clinical program litigating for newsgathering and access rights. At Yale, she was also deeply involved in the Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project. A first-generation Pakistani-American, Nabiha has pursued her interests in corruption, development, and accountability through the World Bank Office of Evaluation and Suspension, Oxfam America, and as an Amnesty International Patrick Stewart Scholar. She holds a B.A. in International Relations and Anthropology from Johns Hopkins University (2007) and a J.D. from Yale Law School (2010).