Launching the Ahmad AlYasin Public Policy Fellowship

Please join us on Wednesday, August 31st, as we host a dinner to launch the Ahmad AlYasin Public Policy Fellowship for university students of Texas law enforcement.

The dinner will include HPD’s Chief Troy Finner, FBI’s Assistant Special-Agent-In-Charge Christopher Raia, Harris County DA Kim Ogg, Commissioner Jack Cagle, Council Member Abbie Kamin and many more.

About the Fellowship:

Ahmad AlYasin, a strong supporter of law enforcement, will join hands with Minaret Foundation to host a yearly two-semester fellowship for university students in their Junior or Senior year, with a career focus in public policy and service.

Exclusively available to the children of Texas law enforcement, this fellowship will provide a hands-on and complete experience in the areas of child welfare, food insecurity, or religious freedom policy.

Additionally, we will be honoring Chief David Kimberly (ret.), formerly of Klein ISD, for his innovation in the field of child welfare and school public safety.

Date: Wednesday, August 31st
Time: 6:30p – 8:30p
Location: Optima Global Financial (9000 Richmond Ave., Houston, TX 77063)
Complimentary RSVP: Register here

Because seating is limited, we encourage you to RSVP as soon as possible.

For questions, please email Kinza Baree at or call us at (281) 401-9229.

About Minaret Foundation:
Minaret Foundation’s mission is to leverage our faith beliefs to change the world around us through multi-faith and civic engagement. Our vision is to see a world where our faith communities seek each other’s help to create change as the norm, instead of the exception.

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Our Speakers

Ahmad AlYasin

Chief Troy Finner

District Attorney Kim Ogg

Council Member Abbie Kamin

Comm. Jack Cagle

Imam Waleed Basyouni