As a Financial Advisor, and change management specialist, Ahmad is passionate about the ability to positively impact lives, specifically the Youth in our community. Ahmad brings more than a decade of service-learning experience to the Youth Committee. His passion and commitment to young people are evident through his leadership as well as his volunteer activities. Ahmad spent ten years in the financial services industry working in investment, organizational development, funding, marketing, and event planning.
He holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Dallas, and is committed to transform our community and inspire all young people to Serve, Grow, and Change the World.
Works on the web content and the IT needs for the IAR Youth website. Abdulrhman is passionate about technology and has been working in the IT field for about 4 years.
Abdulrhman went to school at Illinois Institute of Technology where he earned his Bachelor degree. He is also pursuing an online Master’s program.
Abdulrhman likes hiking, camping, tennis, and basketball. He likes community events and activities
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Amira Ata has been part of the community all of her life. Amira graduated from NSCU and is now a Payroll Associate and Refugee Lead of Social Welfare Committee. She enjoys working with the youth and refugees because it is near to her heart. She comes from a mixed family background dealing with various issues and identifies herself as being a Black Palestinian American female. She wants the youth to identify themselves as being strong American Muslims. Being a teacher at An-Noor Quran Academy for 4 years, she has a strong passion for kids and education. Her goal for 2018 is to empower the youth of the committee and encourage the youth to reach their fullest potential.
Nadia Khan brings over 15 years of leadership and youth-specific program development experience to the IAR Youth Management team. During her time in Atlanta, in addition to serving as Muslim Student Association Vice President at Georgia State University, she helped established both YM (Young Muslims) and MIST (Muslim Interscholastic Tournament) Chapters. When Nadia came to the Triangle area 10 years ago, she dove in head first with a term on the IAR Youth Committee as Secretary and founded the largest Muslim Mother’s Facebook group in the Carolinas. Nadia holds a Master’s in Public Administration (MPA) with Non-Profit Management specialization from the University of Georgia. She is excited to team up with the talented new Youth Management team to push the agenda of youth development and empowerment in the Triangle area.
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