Board Updates

  • Posted on: 23 August 2015
  • By: admin

Akhawaty Incorporated has had several board updates over the last few months. The updates to the board will help provide additional support to the organization, and will result in an expansion of services offered to displaced and homeless families. With three new members to the board, Akhawaty has gained a variety of experiences. Additionally,  new connections with related organizations were established.

To learn more about existing and new board members of Akhawaty Incorporated, please visit the "Our Team" page in the About Us section.

Incoming Members:

Alexis Stevenson
Alexis joins the board as the organization's treasurer. Having received formal accounting training coupled with years of experience in the financial services sector, Alexis is taking strides to maintain Akhawaty's credibility and goodwill in the industry. 

Julia Lord:
Julia joins the board as the organization's secretary. Julia has served Akhawaty Incorporated and its clients since the fall of 2013 as a volunteer. In this capacity, she directly contributed to assisting the execution of several programs. Julia brings with her years of experience working as a secretary for several local organizations. Additionally, she brings with her a passion for helping others.

Joshua Chit Tun:
Joshua joins the board as the outreach coordinator. Joshua serves as the chairman of several nonprofit organizations within the United States, and brings years of experiences and countless relationships with other community centered organizations. Joshua joins Akhawaty Incorporated at a critical point in the growth of the organizations.

Outgoing Members:

Khadra Temmis and Quaiser Adullah:
Both Khadra and Quaiser have served as members of the board of Akhawaty since 2013. Their service and commitment to helping those in need is greatly appreciated. As they move on to other opportunities, they will be missed. As we transition their board responsibilities to current members of Akhawaty Incorporated's board, we extend a heartfelt thank you to both. Khadra and Quaiser both previously served as voting members of the board.