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In parallel to her professional life, Angela was always involved in various volunteer positions with varied organizations, primarily the Alif Institute.

In 2009, Angela was invited to become Chair of the Strategic Planning committee at the Alif Institute.

As the company grew over the years Angela moved past software development and customer service, and took charge in leading new initiatives and teams.

She created and managed the integration team (1995-2000), designed and managed the training department, which expanded from Paris to Dublin, New-York and Singapore (2000-2007), and built a centralized data repository with a complete workflow and process that allowed communication between the company’s different data types across its various departments (2007-2010).

Her interest in her Arab heritage led to her involvement with several local and national, non-profit, Arab American organizations.

Her volunteer service career spans more than 20 years with the following non-profit organizations: The Arab American Women’s Society of Georgia (board member and past-president); The Arab-American Fund of Georgia / Alif Institute (board member and past president); The National Arab American Medical Association (national board member and chapter president); The Art Reach Foundation (advisory board member).

After graduating with a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, he attended Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee where he earned his MS in Structural Engineering in 1984. Imam is with the Southern Company as a Senior Structural Engineer over the Plant Shearer Project, a $ 7MM expansion and retrofit of the largest power plant east of the Mississippi.

In September 2010, after almost 20 years of working in the private sector, Angela retired and decided to dedicate more time to the non-profit sector, particularly to the Alif Institute.And while working with the Georgia Environmental Facilities Authority (GEFA), he was awarded a grant to install dispensers to sell E-85 fuel. Abuaisheh has served on the board of Alif Institute since 2004, serving as its president from 2010 to 2012. Imad El-Kebbi attended the American University of Beirut where he received both his Bachelor’s Degree in Biology-Chemistry with High Distinction and his MD with Distinction. El-Kebbi arrived in the United States for his post-graduate training in Internal Medicine at Baylor University, followed by a clinical fellowship, and later a research fellowship in Endocrinology and Metabolism at Emory University. Omar Fouad was born in the United States to an American mother and an Iraqi father.He has spent many years consulting with such agencies as the Centers for Disease Control and the World Heath Organization. El-Kebbi is a staff physician with Piedmont Medical Care in Atlanta, Georgia. El-Kebbi, on the board of Alif Institute since 2008, served as president in 20. Elkhalil currently lives with his wife and two sons in Marietta, Georgia. Growing up in the Midwest, Omar chose to pursue his education at Purdue University to study electrical engineering.In this capacity, she leads several students’ projects and competitions, implementation of workshops, conferences and guest speaker events and assists with the visiting scholar program in support of the center’s goals and objectives.She also teaches in the Institute of International Business.