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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, failure. But as you fail you learn what to do and what not to do. For example, if [an event is] after 4pm then make sure you have food, no food no people, and I learned these things over time. If this level that the MSA is at is ground level then I started off below ground level and so my goal for the past 3 years has been creating a foundation for future MSA’s here to be super successful. I firmly believe our MSA could be the biggest MSA and the most successful MSA, and I'm proud of how far we've come and can't wait to see how we evolve over the years."- Shehroz Kazmi


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