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Ambreen Qureshi

Deputy Executive Director

Ambreen Qureshi joined AAFSC in 2012 as the Director of Development and Communications and became the Deputy Executive Director in 2013. Ms. Qureshi’s professional background is in international programming, advocacy and development. Prior to AAFSC she was the Program Director of WISE, Women’s Islamic Initiative in Spirituality and Equality. Ms. Qureshi also worked for the Jordan Red Crescent Society and organized a summer arts and education program for low income and refugee youth in East Amman. She has extensive experience in developing and managing international campaigns – from independent initiatives, such as “Friends of Jassim” to help targeted Iraqi fixers, to global awareness campaigns including “The End of Polio” with UNICEF and WHO, and “Chasing the Dream: Youth Faces of the Millennium Development Goals” project with UNFPA. Ms. Qureshi speaks Urdu and basic Arabic and French. She has a BS in Biology from the City College of New York and a Master’s degree in International Affairs from the New School in New York.


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