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AJandaliStaff2Ameena Jandali, Content Director
Ameena directs content development for ING.
Ameena is a founding member of ING. She co-designs and develops ING’s educational presentations and cultural competency seminars. Ameena has delivered hundreds of presentations in schools, colleges, universities, churches, and other venues on Islam and related subjects. She’s also appeared on many news outlets speaking on issues relating to American Muslims. She currently team teaches a class on Islam at San Francisco City College. Ameena received her M.A. in Near Eastern Studies from the University of California, Berkeley, and B.A. in History from the University of Illinois.
Ali Asghar Rangwala, Operations DirectorAli Asghar Rangwala, Operations Director
Ali Asghar directs operations, accounting and administration.
Ali has over 25 years of experience in the areas of accounting, operations and engineering. Previously employed in the construction, semi-conductor and IT services industries, his experience spans business management, accounting, civil engineering design and DoD project management. Ali Asghar received his M.B.A. and M.S. in Civil Engineering from San Jose State University. He is passionate about volunteering, loves music, reading, camping, hiking and travel.
Dustin Craun, Content ManagerDustin Craun, Content Manager
Dustin creates and writes content for ING
Dustin Craun is an activist, a writer, a facilitator and an intellectual who has worked with many organizations in California, Colorado, Mexico, and in Ghana, including The American Indian Movement of Colorado, the Transform Columbus Day Alliance, the Wassa Association of Communities Affected by Mining, the Hip Hop Congress, and Annunciation House. Dustin has worked as a writer, researcher, consultant and student advisor for Zaytuna College. Currently he writes and designs curriculums, presentations and various media projects for ING. He has a Masters Degree from the College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University, and a BA in Ethnic Studies from the University of Colorado-Boulder.
Henry Millstein, Programs ManagerHenry Millstein, PhD, Programs Manager
Henry manages scheduling and the Interfaith Speakers Bureau.
Henry holds a Ph.D. in Jewish Studies from the University of California Berkeley and the Graduate Theological Union, with a focus on Jewish-Christian relations. He worked for sixteen years with the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs in Oregon developing a program to preserve and teach their native languages and cultures. He has taught humanities and history of religion at GTU, Stanford, and the University of California Berkeley and Davis. Henry has a B.A. in Classics from Reed College and an M.F.A. in playwriting from Carnegie-Mellon University and is a published poet and fiction writer.
jason vanboom pic 120x180Jason Van Boom, Grant Writing Consultant
Jason writes grants for ING
Jason Van Boom specializes in marketing, intercultural and international communications, and grant writing. He studied marketing at San Francisco State University, grant writing at the Foundation Center, San Francisco, and doctoral studies in European history and culture at the Graduate Theological Union and the University of California, Berkeley. He has worked for Educational Resources and Referrals-China/China Academic Consortium, ICCNC, ILLUME Media, Inc., and Islamic Networks Group (ING), and served as a legal analyst for AIG. He is the CEO and a founder of Venture Consultants and Director of Nicholas of Cusa Institute.
Mansa Bilal King, PhD, Conmtent ManagerMansa Bilal King, PhD, Content Manager
Bilal creates and writes content for ING
Bilal is an assistant professor in the Morehouse College Sociology Department in Atlanta, GA. He has been doing social science research since 1995. Bilal’s research on Black racial identity and American racial/ethnic inequality has been primarily rooted in the disciplines of psychology and sociology. In 2006, Bilal was given the Middle Tennessee State University Ebony Award for Teacher of the Year. Bilal earned his undergraduate degree in psychology at Howard University, an elite institution in Washington, D.C. Bilal earned his master’s and doctoral degrees in sociology at The Johns Hopkins University.
Tim BrauhnTim Brauhn, Communications Manager
Tim manages ING's social networks and plans communication strategies
Tim received his MA in International Studies at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver with a concentration in Religion and Politics in the Middle East and Central Asia. He also has a BA in English Language and Literature from Aurora University in Illinois. Tim was an inaugural member of the Faiths Act Fellowship, an elite international program for interfaith leaders run by the Interfaith Youth Core and Tony Blair Faith Foundation. Until January 2013, Tim was the Director of Operations for The 1010 Project, a Denver-based humanitarian agency.
Mondy Lariz, Website ConsultantMondy Lariz, Website Consultant
Mondy updates and expands ING's website, and ensures the smooth delivery of our content
Mondy Lariz has designed and created websites since 1989. In 2001, he founded Silicon Valley Web Design and Hosting, where he delivers professional service with a personal touch. His specialty is implementing CMS-based websites for nonprofits. Mondy lives in San Jose and is active in a number of environmental conservation efforts.

  
ING is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity of its staff.

ING Interns

kiranKiran Palla, Intern
Economics, UC Davis
Kiran is one of our Development programs interns working on donor events and social media. She recently joined Intel working in their finance department.
seherSeher Siddiqee, Intern
Religious Studies, Santa Clara University
Seher is our Interfaith programs intern working on ING Interfaith Service Days and the Interfaith Speakers Bureau. She also takes part in development projects. A student at SCU in her senior year, she is heading to Hartford Seminary in the fall to pursue her MA studies.
ahmedAhmed Bari, Intern
Psychology, San Jose State University
Tim received his MA in International Studies at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver with a concentration in Religion and Politics in the Middle East and Central Asia. He also has a BA in English Language and Literature from Aurora University in Illinois. Tim was an inaugural member of the Faiths Act Fellowship, an elite international program for interfaith leaders run by the Interfaith Youth Core and Tony Blair Faith Foundation. Until January 2013, Tim was the Director of Operations for The 1010 Project, a Denver-based humanitarian agency.
aamnaAamna Khan, Intern  
Economics, UC Berkeley
Aamna is one of our Youth Program interns, supporting the development and launch of the program. She also participates in development work at ING.
 
 

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