Mohammed Malley

"Growing up as a Muslim in America is very hard if you don’t have a strong institutional foundation to help you. Looking at the youth, I felt that this was needed. Seeing the impact that schools had on the youth inspired me to switch majors and get principal certification. The impact and importance that it has, it’s what led me to enter this field and stay in it for 20 years. I believe that the most important thing for the youth is to always think of what their priorities are. Sometimes we get lost in things that are not important, it happens, but the youth has to realize that the energy they have, the chances that they have to make a difference are much greater than the chances of people wh

Shehroz Kazmi

"MSA has grown a lot, and this is probably my last semester as president just because I wanna pass on the torch and also I think it’s legally considered a dictatorship after 3 years. All the growth that I’ve done was supplemented by other people like Brother Malik Shaw, who helped me and taught me what I should do as a leader. All my board members have helped me grow as a leader, like Mariam Salem, she’s the reason we have so many people on our email list, Nadine Assif taught me how to deal with the news people. But I had to fail a lot. Everything you see now, how all of our events are successful, is not like how it was. Before it was failure, failure, nobody showed up, nobody showed up, fai

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