Fatema Hubail graduated from Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q) in 2015 with a BSFS in International Politics. In Georgetown, Fatema helped develop a financial literacy curriculum for migrant workers. With her research, Fatema wrote her honor's thesis on whether NGO's are effective in changing labor practices in Qatar. Fatema then pursued an MA in Women, Society and Development (WSD) at the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHSS) at Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU). In HBKU, she supported faculty with research and teaching. For her MA thesis, Fatema explored how the unified family law in Bahrain places women at the intersection of sect, kin, and gender expectations, further legally and socially disenfranchising them. Her thesis won the CHSS best thesis award in the program. Her ongoing research deals with legal codification, family laws, dystopian satire, gender violence, and dissent. She is currently a teaching assistant and research assistant at GU-Q.