As a sociologist of international migration, race/ethnicity, and religion, I study how migration and global inequalities affect immigrants, particularly those from Muslim-majority countries in the West. My book, Here, There, and Elsewhere: The Making of Immigrant Identities in a Globalized World, has received the American Sociological Association's 2021 Thomas and Znaniecki Book Award from the International Migration Section, the 2021 Distinguished Book Award from the Sociology of Religion Section, and the 2021 Asian America Book Award from the Asia and Asian America Section. My book also won the 2021 Distinguished Scholarship Award from the Pacific Sociological Association. Other recognitions include the 2021 Early Career Investigator Award from the Canadian Sociological Association. My work has been adopted in over two dozen courses and I have given invited talks in North America, Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa. My second book project on interfaith and interracial relationships of South Asian Muslims in Canada shows how geopolitics intersects with race and religion to shape immigrants' intimate romantic lives, like how they think about who they date and marry in relation to how they think about who they are themselves in a globalized context. I received my PhD from UCLA in 2018. I will join University of Pennsylvania as Assistant Professor of Sociology in Spring 2023.