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Mustafa lived in Kuwait until she was eight years old. She evacuated with her family when the Gulf War began. 
Mustafa attended Temple University part-time, financing her own education and graduating Summa Cum Laude in 2006.  In 2009, she started 123LinkIt, a company created to help writers make money off of their blogs.  She also founded the Philadelphia chapter of Girl Develop It, a nonprofit organization that teaches web and software development to women. 
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