Khatab is a recent high school graduate from San Francisco. He was born and raised in SF where he loved to do community work throughout the Bay Area. Khatab just finished his term as the first Yemeni American Youth Commissioner of San Francisco, appointed by Supervisor Matt Haney. During his term, Khatab was the Vice Chair of the Housing and Land Use Committee on the Youth Commission. Some of his accomplishments include pushing for a Transitional Age Youth Navigation Center for San Francisco Youth on the streets, Town Hall meeting with SFMTA on improving bus lines, and meeting with the director of SFMTA to urge him to include free MUNI for all youth of San Francisco with the eventual expansion to ages 18-24 for college students. Khatab is now heading to UC Irvine where he will study political science with the hopes of becoming a lawyer in the near future. He plans on using his law degree to help those in his community that deserve justice and eventually become a political candidate and create permanent change that fights against the injustices that we see online and in the streets all the time.