In addition to running her business, Khadija is politically active. She is a board member for the National Rally of Independents, a Moroccan political party, and was a candidate in the local elections last September. She is also a member of the Crans Montana Forum of New Leaders for Tomorrow.
Khadija has been involved in several Moroccan and international organizations, working for women’s economic empowerment. She is a Vital Voices Global Partnership VV GROW Fellowship alumna and a VVLead fellow. She also participated in the Women of the Mediterranean (WOMED) Program, launched by the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po).
In September 2014, Khadija was recognized by President Obama for her outstanding contribution to civil society work in Morocco.
In 2016, Khadija was named to the World Economic Forum's Young Global Leaders, a select group of innovative, enterprising and socially minded men and women under the age of 40 who are pushing boundaries and rethinking the world around them.