Khadijah started her career at Viacom upon graduating from Columbia where she worked in Nickelodeon’s Talent and Production Department and later returned upon completion of law school as an attorney in 1997. Khadijah previously served as Vice President, Associate General Counsel for BET where she led the New York Business and Legal Affairs office. She currently serves as President of the Board of Directors for the Black Entertainment and Sports Lawyers Association and Vice President of the Columbia College Women’s board. She received her law degree from Fordham University, her bachelor’s degree from Columbia University, and she was one of 20 students from A. Philip Randolph High School chosen to represent the first class of the prestigious Milken Scholars Program.