AALEAD Loiederman Leaders Made Not Born!
By Antwoine Johnson, MD Middle School Program Coordinator Photos Courtesy of Melor Suhaimi, MD Programs Manager “The most dangerous leadership myth is that leaders are born – that there is a genetic factor to leadership. That’s nonsense; in fact, the opposite is true. Leaders are made rather than born. “ — Warren Bennis This has been […]
AALEADers Exploring College!
By: Shaima Ahmad, VA High School Program Coordinator Photos Courtesy of Shaima Ahmad, AALEAD Staff This past Saturday, 6 high school students from our Virginia and DC programs attended a college admissions workshop. The workshop was organized collaboratively by the Montgomery County Muslim Foundation and the USPAK Foundation. After a warm welcome, we had lunch […]
AALEAD is FUELing the Legacy!
By Antwoine Johnson, MD Middle School Program Coordinator Photos courtesy of AALEAD Staff “As you move forward and plan your day, figure out what issues are important to you and what fuels your fire.” – Christine Chen, Executive Director of APIAVote These were the words of the first keynote speaker of this year’s FUEL Conference, […]
Thomson Tales: Thanking our Veterans
By Charles Kuo, DC Elementary School Program Site Coordinator & Parent Outreach Coordinator Photos Courtesy of AALEAD Staff AALEAD introduces “Thomson Tales”! In this blog series, you will be enlightened with the latest happenings at our DC Elementary School Program at Thomson Elementary School. Now take a deep breath… and prepare to be amazed! Today, […]