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Board of Directors - Texas Interfaith Center for Public Policy | Texas Impact

texasimpact.org [cached]

Mohamed Elibiary
Mohamed Elibiary co-Founded the Freedom and Justice Foundation (F&J) in November 2002 to promote a Centrist Public Policy environment in Texas by coordinating the state level government and interfaith community relations for the organized Texas Muslim community. In 2005 F&J launched the Texas Islamic Council (T.I.C.) as a subsidiary membership body for Muslim congregations and has quickly grown it to become the state's largest Muslim network representing 85,000 Texans. As Coordinator of the T.I.C., Mohamed has developed working relationships with similar faith-based entities around Texas including the Texas Conference of Churches and the Baptist General Convention of Texas. In 2006 the 16 largest Muslim congregations and civic organizations in Dallas-Fort Worth followed this example by creating a collective representative body called the North Texas Islamic Council (NTIC) and Mohamed was elected to its 7 member executive governing body. Mohamed has received several awards for various accomplishments, including being appointed an "Ambassador" by the City of Plano and the "Invisible Giants Award" from the National Voting Rights Museum in Selma, Alabama. While voluntarily serving our country's public diplomacy needs, Mohamed has given lectures to European and Middle Eastern Muslim leaders on improving Christian-Muslim Relations. Several of his interviews about America, the War on Terror and Interfaith Relations have been broadcast in dozens of countries. Mohamed has written numerous articles published around the country on US-Muslim World Relations, been interviewed on numerous Conservative Talk Radio programs about issues related to US-Muslim World Relations, was recently part of a "Public Voices" documentary focused on repairing the American Democratic experiment that aired on nearly 300 television channels, and lectured before numerous Academic and Civic audiences on Contemporary Political Islam in the 21st Century and US National Security Policy towards it. In the North and Central Texas Region, Mohamed has also served as a coordinator of Homeland Security Community Relations between the Muslim community and the FBI for the past two years. Mohamed has been recognized for his subject matter expertise, community leadership role and volunteer public diplomacy contributions by multiple US Government Agencies including recently as a guest of Secretary Condoleezza Rice at the State Department Iftar Dinner in 2006 and the Whitehouse in 2007. Mohamed is a graduate of numerous civic programs including the FBI Citizens' Academy, National Sheriffs Association Crime Watch Program, Leadership Plano, Plano Citizens' Academy, Plano Police Citizens' Academy and Plano Fire Citizens' Academy. Something interesting about Mohamed is that he's taught Media Executives from both the major Sunni and Shia Political Parties in Iraq on "What is the Media's Role in a Democratic Society", and has been called a "Verbal Murder" by Mike Savage on his Radio Show for Challenging the President's use of terms such as "Islamic Fascists" in media interviews broadcast globally to millions of viewers. Prior to co-founding F&J, Mohamed spent seven years in the Banking and I.T. industries with a background in Management and Network Engineering. Mohamed grew up in Far North Dallas attending Richardson schools from elementary to college, and was a starting left midfielder for the UT-Dallas Soccer Team. Mohamed has been married to his lifelong companion since 1996, and they have three beautiful daughters.


The Freedom and Justice Foundation (F&J) - Our Team

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Mohamed Elibiary (President) - Plano
F&J's Regional Officials (North, Central & South Texas) Mohamed Elibiary Mohamed Elibiary As a Dallas-based Texas Muslim community leader, Mohamed co-founded the Freedom and Justice Foundation (F&J) in November 2002 to help Texas Muslims achieve multiple firsts such as Imam Prayers in both chambers of the State Legislature (House & Senate) and passage of the Halal Food Law as Texas's first Muslim consumer protection statute. Mohamed helped co-found in 2006 the North Texas Islamic Council (NTIC), a regional coordination (shura) body for dozens of area Mosques, Islamic schools and community groups serving the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex's estimated 150,000+ Muslim citizens. In addition to the multiple federal and state government advisory roles Mohamed performs, he has maintained his grassroots practitioner role and currently voluntarily serves in a spokesman capacity for the largest Muslim congregation in Texas, the Islamic Association of North Texas (IANT), aka the Dallas Central Mosque. Mr. Elibiary was a 2008-2009 Fellow at the University of Southern California (USC)-based American Muslim Civic Leadership Institute (AMCLI) focusing on the civic engagement of faith-based communities. He is currently a member of the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA), a lifetime member of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), and the Vice-President of the FBI-Dallas Citizens' Academy Alumni Association. Mohamed's received numerous awards in his career including the "Invisible Giants Award" from the National Voting Rights Institute in Selma, Alabama (2003) for following in the footsteps of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Mr. Elibiary is a contributing expert to multiple media outlets including Foxnews.com and the Dallas Morning News; and has been on CNN, FOX News, NY Times, Washington Post, NPR, LA Times and many more national print and broadcast media outlets.


Mohamed Elibiary | Texas Impact

www.texasimpact.org [cached]

Mohamed Elibiary
Mohamed Elibiary Mohamed Elibiary co-Founded the Freedom and Justice Foundation (F&J) in November 2002 to promote a Centrist Public Policy environment in Texas by coordinating the state level government and interfaith community relations for the organized Texas Muslim community. In 2005 F&J launched the Texas Islamic Council (T.I.C.) as a subsidiary membership body for Muslim congregations and has quickly grown it to become the state's largest Muslim network representing 85,000 Texans. As Coordinator of the T.I.C., Mohamed has developed working relationships with similar faith-based entities around Texas including the Texas Conference of Churches and the Baptist General Convention of Texas. In 2006 the 16 largest Muslim congregations and civic organizations in Dallas-Fort Worth followed this example by creating a collective representative body called the North Texas Islamic Council (NTIC) and Mohamed was elected to its 7 member executive governing body. Mohamed has received several awards for various accomplishments, including being appointed an "Ambassador" by the City of Plano and the "Invisible Giants Award" from the National Voting Rights Museum in Selma, Alabama. While voluntarily serving our country's public diplomacy needs, Mohamed has given lectures to European and Middle Eastern Muslim leaders on improving Christian-Muslim Relations. Several of his interviews about America, the War on Terror and Interfaith Relations have been broadcast in dozens of countries. Mohamed has written numerous articles published around the country on US-Muslim World Relations, been interviewed on numerous Conservative Talk Radio programs about issues related to US-Muslim World Relations, was recently part of a "Public Voices" documentary focused on repairing the American Democratic experiment that aired on nearly 300 television channels, and lectured before numerous Academic and Civic audiences on Contemporary Political Islam in the 21st Century and US National Security Policy towards it. In the North and Central Texas Region, Mohamed has also served as a coordinator of Homeland Security Community Relations between the Muslim community and the FBI for the past two years. Mohamed has been recognized for his subject matter expertise, community leadership role and volunteer public diplomacy contributions by multiple US Government Agencies including recently as a guest of Secretary Condoleezza Rice at the State Department Iftar Dinner in 2006 and the Whitehouse in 2007. Mohamed is a graduate of numerous civic programs including the FBI Citizens' Academy, National Sheriffs Association Crime Watch Program, Leadership Plano, Plano Citizens' Academy, Plano Police Citizens' Academy and Plano Fire Citizens' Academy. Something interesting about Mohamed is that he's taught Media Executives from both the major Sunni and Shia Political Parties in Iraq on "What is the Media's Role in a Democratic Society", and has been called a "Verbal Murder" by Mike Savage on his Radio Show for Challenging the President's use of terms such as "Islamic Fascists" in media interviews broadcast globally to millions of viewers. Prior to co-founding F&J, Mohamed spent seven years in the Banking and I.T. industries with a background in Management and Network Engineering. Mohamed grew up in Far North Dallas attending Richardson schools from elementary to college, and was a starting left midfielder for the UT-Dallas Soccer Team. Mohamed has been married to his lifelong companion since 1996, and they have three beautiful daughters.


The Freedom and Justice Foundation - Our Team

www.freeandjust.com [cached]

Mohamed Elibiary (President & CEO) - PlanoF&J's Executive OfficersMohamed Elibiary - Plano, TXPresident & CEOme@freeandjust.orgMohamed ElibiaryMohamed Elibiary co-Founded the Freedom and Justice Foundation (F&J) in November 2002 to promote a Centrist Public Policy environment in Texas by coordinating the state level government and interfaith community relations for the organized Texas Muslim community. In 2005 F&J launched the Texas Islamic Council (T.I.C.) as a subsidiary membership body for Muslim congregations and has quickly grown it to become the state's largest Muslim network representing 85,000 Texans.As Coordinator of the T.I.C., Mohamed has developed working relationships with similar faith-based entities around Texas including the Texas Conference of Churches and the Baptist General Convention of Texas.In 2006 the 16 largest Muslim congregations and civic organizations in Dallas-Fort Worth followed this example by creating a collective representative body called the North Texas Islamic Council (NTIC) and Mohamed was elected to its 7 member executive governing body.Mohamed has received several awards for various accomplishments, including being appointed an "Ambassador" by the City of Plano and the "Invisible Giants Award" from the National Voting Rights Museum in Selma, Alabama.While voluntarily serving our country's public diplomacy needs, Mohamed has given lectures to European and Middle Eastern Muslim leaders on improving Christian-Muslim Relations.Several of his interviews about America, the War on Terror and Interfaith Relations have been broadcast in dozens of countries. Mohamed has written numerous articles published around the country on US-Muslim World Relations, been interviewed on numerous Conservative Talk Radio programs about issues related to US-Muslim World Relations, was recently part of a "Public Voices" documentary focused on repairing the American Democratic experiment that aired on nearly 300 television channels, and lectured before numerous Academic and Civic audiences on Contemporary Political Islam in the 21st Century and US National Security Policy towards it.In the North and Central Texas Region, Mohamed has also served as a coordinator of Homeland Security Community Relations between the Muslim community and the FBI for the past two years.Mohamed has been recognized for his subject matter expertise, community leadership role and volunteer public diplomacy contributions by multiple US Government Agencies including recently as a guest of Secretary Condoleezza Rice at the State Department Iftar Dinner in 2006 and the Whitehouse in 2007.Mohamed is a graduate of numerous civic programs including the FBI Citizens' Academy, National Sheriffs Association Crime Watch Program, Leadership Plano, Plano Citizens' Academy, Plano Police Citizens' Academy and Plano Fire Citizens' Academy.Something interesting about Mohamed is that he's taught Media Executives from both the major Sunni and Shia Political Parties in Iraq on "What is the Media's Role in a Democratic Society", and has been called a "Verbal Murder" by Mike Savage on his Radio Show for Challenging the President's use of terms such as "Islamic Fascists" in media interviews broadcast globally to millions of viewers.Prior to co-founding F&J, Mohamed spent seven years in the Banking and I.T. industries with a background in Management and Network Engineering.Mohamed grew up in Far North Dallas attending Richardson schools from elementary to college, and was a starting left midfielder for the UT-Dallas Soccer Team.Mohamed has been married to his lifelong companion since 1996, and they have three beautiful daughters.


www.texasimpact.com

Mohamed ElibiaryMohamed Elibiary Mohamed Elibiary co-Founded the Freedom and Justice Foundation (F&J) in November 2002 to promote a Centrist Public Policy environment in Texas by coordinating the state level government and interfaith community relations for the organized Texas Muslim community.In 2005 F&J launched the Texas Islamic Council (T.I.C.) as a subsidiary membership body for Muslim congregations and has quickly grown it to become the state's largest Muslim network representing 85,000 Texans.As Coordinator of the T.I.C., Mohamed has developed working relationships with similar faith-based entities around Texas including the Texas Conference of Churches and the Baptist General Convention of Texas.In 2006 the 16 largest Muslim congregations and civic organizations in Dallas-Fort Worth followed this example by creating a collective representative body called the North Texas Islamic Council (NTIC) and Mohamed was elected to its 7 member executive governing body.Mohamed has received several awards for various accomplishments, including being appointed an "Ambassador" by the City of Plano and the "Invisible Giants Award" from the National Voting Rights Museum in Selma, Alabama.While voluntarily serving our country's public diplomacy needs, Mohamed has given lectures to European and Middle Eastern Muslim leaders on improving Christian-Muslim Relations.Several of his interviews about America, the War on Terror and Interfaith Relations have been broadcast in dozens of countries.Mohamed has written numerous articles published around the country on US-Muslim World Relations, been interviewed on numerous Conservative Talk Radio programs about issues related to US-Muslim World Relations, was recently part of a "Public Voices" documentary focused on repairing the American Democratic experiment that aired on nearly 300 television channels, and lectured before numerous Academic and Civic audiences on Contemporary Political Islam in the 21st Century and US National Security Policy towards it.In the North and Central Texas Region, Mohamed has also served as a coordinator of Homeland Security Community Relations between the Muslim community and the FBI for the past two years.Mohamed has been recognized for his subject matter expertise, community leadership role and volunteer public diplomacy contributions by multiple US Government Agencies including recently as a guest of Secretary Condoleezza Rice at the State Department Iftar Dinner in 2006 and the Whitehouse in 2007.Mohamed is a graduate of numerous civic programs including the FBI Citizens' Academy, National Sheriffs Association Crime Watch Program, Leadership Plano, Plano Citizens' Academy, Plano Police Citizens' Academy and Plano Fire Citizens' Academy.Something interesting about Mohamed is that he's taught Media Executives from both the major Sunni and Shia Political Parties in Iraq on "What is the Media's Role in a Democratic Society", and has been called a "Verbal Murder" by Mike Savage on his Radio Show for Challenging the President's use of terms such as "Islamic Fascists" in media interviews broadcast globally to millions of viewers.Prior to co-founding F&J, Mohamed spent seven years in the Banking and I.T. industries with a background in Management and Network Engineering.Mohamed grew up in Far North Dallas attending Richardson schools from elementary to college, and was a starting left midfielder for the UT-Dallas Soccer Team.Mohamed has been married to his lifelong companion since 1996, and they have three beautiful daughters.


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