Ambassador Akbar S. Ahmed

Ambassador Akbar S. Ahmed IBN Khaldun Chair of Islamic Studies & Professor of International Relations School of International Service and Distinguished senior fellow of the Hasan Family Foundation Ambassador Akbar S. Ahmed is a learned and distinguished Pakistani who is both an author and teacher. The Hasan Family Foundation considered it a great honor when the Ambassador accepted the fellowship. The fellowship was funded for a one year period to help research for completing the book "Journey Into Islam." Included in the fellowship was time spent on speaking to media and or for educational purpose about American Muslims and about the religion of Islam. Mrs. Seeme Hasan considers Mr. Ahmed as an older brother and appreciates his time that he has put in after nine eleven to educate the media and the American citizens at large about Pakistan and Afghanistan and the Wazirisitan area and its Pathan or Pushtun population. [...]

By | December 22nd, 2016|Fellows|0 Comments

Muhammad Ali Hasan

The Hasan Family Foundation has always tried to pursue education in awarding its grants and fellowships. A major Southern Colorado Issue was and is Water. Water is also an important issue. Therefore when a family member showed interest in pursuing water issues and researching them the Foundation was delighted to get involved in the issue. Ali Hasan’s water analysis led to funding a fellowship on the issue of water, land and the environment. Ali Hasan has also volunteered countless hours to organizing, developing and managing some of the programs the Foundation has supported and funded –  Colorado Music Fest, Muslims for America, Newspapers in School, Animal shelters, Lectures on Muslim issues and Muslim Countries and their economic issues  We are proud of the Public Service work all the family members get involved in not only in Colorado but all over USA and also Internationally. We are especially proud of Ali Hasan because when 9/11 occurred [...]

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Margaret “Migs” Muldrow

Margaret “Migs” Muldrow, MD is the founder and chair of the VHP Board of Directors, chair of the Communications and Fundraising committee, and co-chair of the Ethiopia Operations committee. After growing up in rural Ethiopia, Migs and her family moved to the United States. She received a B.S. in Economics, International Affairs, and Chinese History from Lewis and Clark College, followed by a M.D. from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where she was named the Centennial Scholar for Humanitarianism in Medicine. Migs completed residency training in Internal Medicine and Dermatology at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, and is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Dermatology. She currently works in private practice and is a Denver “5280 Top Doc.” Read 5280 Article > Save The mission of the Village Health Partnership (VHP) is to prevent maternal and neonatal death in childbirth, and to treat and prevent gynecologic [...]

By | December 29th, 2016|Fellows|0 Comments