A Columbia University-trained public health specialist, Khaliya is the youngest expert on the World Economic Forum’s Future Council on the Future of Health and Healthcare. She’s also a former Peace Corps volunteer, and winner of both the 2016 Middelthon-Candler Peace Prize and the 2017 Clare Booth Luce Award for International Service. Khaliya is currently working on a book about the future of mental health. Her opinion pieces have been published in the New York Times (International and Domestic Editions) as well as WiredUK. A frequent public speaker, she has spoken at the Obama White House organized United States of Women Summit, the World Economic Forum’s Family Business Summit, Clinton Global Initiative, WiredHealth, WebSummit and at the United Nations General Assembly NOVUS Summit, amongst others.
New York Times Op-Ed, The Promise of Ecstasy for PTSD: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/03/opinion/ecstasy-ptsd.html
WiredUK Op-Ed, Psychedelic Drugs Saved My Life, So Why Aren’t They Prescribed?
WIREDHealth, London UK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uf99yiPXZDc&feature=youtu.be
Women’s Brain and Mental Health Summit, Lausanne, Switzerland https://we.tl/Ua29o6SbIm