April 7, 2013
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Alhambra Palace Restaurant
1240 West Randolph Street
Chicago, IL 60607
Join fellows and alumni of the American Muslim Civic Leadership Institute for a presentation and reception in Chicago.
Come hear engaging and thought-provoking stories by Muslim civic leaders at the forefront of advancing policy issues, caring for those in need, and working in partnership with others to foster a robust American democracy. Fellows will provide insights into how Muslim communities can become unstuck. Please join us afterwards for a reception with graduating AMCLI fellows and alumni.
Tamim Chowdhury, Democratic Muslim Caucus in Virginia
Maggie Siddiqi, Islamic Society of North America
Khizer Husain, American Muslim Health Professionals
Aisha Rahman, KARAMAH: Muslim Women Lawyers for Human Rights
Atif Moon, Center for Global Understanding
Naveen Malik, Department of Defense
Mustafa Abdullah, ACLU of Eastern Missouri
The American Muslim Civic Leadership Institute, housed at USC’s Center for Religion and Civic Culture, strives to empower young, pioneering leaders to help them realize their full potential as nonprofit executives, religious leaders, and public officials.
RSVP by March 22nd at: http://bit.ly/xChange2013