Anila Ali for 74th District California

My sister Anila has served the city of Irvine as a member of the Board of Trustees for the Irvine Public School Foundation, a non-profit entity, as well as on the board of Irvine’s Children, Youth and Families Commission. She is the founder of the Irvine Pakistani Parents Association- a non-profit that promotes community involvement and leadership and raises money for the public schools in the city as well as promotes South Asian culture through the arts. She also served as director with Council of Pakistan American Affairs and the Pacific Asia Museum. She was appointed chair of the International Leadership Foundation, ILF, an organisation led by Chiling Tong, which promotes civic leadership in Asian American youth. Anila Ali is a community advisor on the board of The Olive Tree Initiative of the University of California Irvine. Anila also serves on many Interfaith organisations in Orange County and Los Angeles County. She believes that if you empower a woman, you empower a whole community and as an effort to connect Muslim women with their local and federal government agencies, Anila Ali, founded the American Muslim Women’s Empowerment Council

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