Tabitha C. Mustafa

Tabitha C. Mustafa
  • PhD Student

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    Jon M. Huntsman Hall Suite 600
    3730 Walnut St.
    Philadelphia, PA 19104

Research Interests: business ethics, corporate social responsibility, political theory, gender and racial justice


Tabitha Mustafa is a first-year doctoral student in Business Ethics & Legal Studies. Their research utilizes business, law, and philosophy as tools to explore and increase social equity and justice. Tabitha’s recent academic awards include the George James Doctoral Fellowship (2019) and William Fontaine Fellowship (2019).

Prior to attending Wharton, Tabitha was an organizer, researcher, and consultant. They hold a BA from Tulane University, summa cum laude.

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