Exhibition Depicts New-found Talents of Artist Malikshah Muradally.
Texas Association of Mediators Rising Star Award presented to CAB member.
This is the first article in a series on individuals who have served in the military.
Amyn Gilani is the CEO of Maverick Advisory Group, and an experienced cybersecurity practitioner. He has worked at organizations such as the National Security Agency, US Cyber Command, the Department of Homeland Security, Goldman Sachs, and Booz Allen, specializing in cyber incident response, threat intelligence, and red team operations that test procedures in the event of an actual threat. He now consults early-stage cybersecurity startups in executive roles, helping them grow.
The new Dean of the School of Public Health at the University of North Texas Health Science Center.
Aga Khan University leadership meets with the Jamat in Texas and Georgia
The President of the Council for the Central United States, in consultation with the Member for Property Matters Portfolio for the Central United States is pleased to make the following appointments for the term ending December 13, 2022
Julian Drinkall, General Manager of the Aga Khan Schools (AKS), visited Texas.
“We’re so pleased that in Plano and all over the world, today is Ismaili CIVIC Day. We are a diverse city, and these kinds of efforts are what make our community so great. We thank you for what you do for the community and for the world, and for Plano.” These were remarks made by John Muns, Mayor of Plano, Texas.
When the world was still grappling to understand COVID-19 and the new normal in 2020, Dr. Faiza Khoja embarked on an exciting journey taking the reins as the Dean of the College of Business Administration at Texas A&M University-Central Texas. With more than two decades of professional experience in higher education and extensive expertise in organizational management and leadership, Faiza came in well-positioned to take the College to new heights.
“Let’s fulfill and mean the term, ‘One Jamat’ in its true sense, by not marginalizing us, feeling sorry for us, or only remembering us once a year during Special Needs Awareness Week. Instead, be open to including us, welcoming us, accommodating us in every event, as all we seek is love.” - Students of the Dallas Creative Learning Center.
Mawlana Hazar Imam has always emphasized maintaining good relations with other communities, and a workshop and film development series in the Central region were organized with this thought in mind in May 2021.