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MEET Almas Muscatwalla -Interfaith leader in the North Texas Community

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Almas Muscatwalla has been a civic and interfaith leader in the North Texas Community since 2012. Her journey with Texas Muslim Women Foundation began with the Islamic Art Revival Series, a program of TMWF which held its first Islamic Art Exhibit at Eisenmann Center. She served as the workshop director for IARS then and continues to serve as a board liaison for IARS in finding ways to connect art to address domestic violence issues. She believes that Domestic Violence is not only detrimental to the health of our community but compromises the dignity of human life. She invites everyone to support TMWF to eliminate violence of all kinds especially Domestic violence from our homes & neighborhoods and communities. Her inspiration to offer her time and knowledge for the betterment of the community is driven by her faith and role models like Sister Hind Jarrah who inspire her to be civically engaged as a Muslim Woman. She is ready to lead TMWF as the board chair for the term 2023-2025 after serving as the TMWF’s board of directors for several years, as IARS workshop Director, Vice Chair & Governance committee. Muscatwalla is the founding member of Faith Forward Dallas at Thanks-Giving Square created to unite faith leaders from across religions to stand together for social justice issues, she served as executive director of Faith Forward Dallas from 2016 to 2022.Additionally, Muscatwalla is living her passion to mitigate homelessness and race issues by serving as the board of directors for Family Gateway, Project Unity, Dallas Holocaust & Human Rights Museum, Muslim Jewish Advisory Council. She is also committed to address the migrant crisis by coordinating effort of Dallas Responds. Muscatwalla was recently appointed a Commissioner to DHA’s Board of Commissioners in October 2022.

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