Suzy Mahjoub

An advisor to St. Jude’s ALSAC Multicultural Program Development, Suzy Mahjoub is a Tunisian-American woman of many traits. She discusses her professional journey that has led her to ALSAC, her passion for empowering women, her efforts in creating TAYP - the Tunisian American Young Professionals organization -, amongst other topics. As she works to end childhood cancer, Suzy radiates charisma and passion onto all of her surroundings. Be sure to follow her journey at the links below! Interviewed by Mariam Khayata For those who have yet to meet you, can you share a little about yourself? I’m originally from Tunisia, where my family has for generations owned and operated an olive oil mill and a

Dr. Alim Khandekar

A former Chair of the ISNA Founders Committee, a previous President of the Muslim Society of Memphis, and a current thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon, Dr. Alim Khandekar is one of our community’s earliest members who helped establish the Muslim community. He takes us back almost half a century ago on a journey through the progression of the Memphis Muslim community. To encourage further success, Dr. Khandekar points out areas that he believes the community can still work on. Interviewed by Naisha Chowdhury For members of our audience who haven’t had the opportunity to meet you, can you briefly introduce yourself? I was born in Burdwan, India, West Bengal. Soon after I was born, Pakistan wa

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