Danah Elsayed is an M.Sc. student in the department of Family Relations and Human Development at the University of Guelph, studying the impact and development of religiosity in Muslim minority youth in Canada. She is also pursuing an undergraduate degree from Al-Azhar University in Arabic and Islamic Studies. At the Stanford Muslim Mental Health & Islamic Psychology Lab, she contributes to the Islamic Psychology and Muslim mental health lines of research. She also studies the social-emotional resilience of Syrian newcomer children at the University of Toronto.