Dinner With a Boss

March 29, 2013, 7 p.m.

Classes & Workshops

Event Detials

3280 Peachtree Rd NW, Terminus 100, Suite 100 Atlanta, GA 30305

Event Description

This months speakers include Khurram Baig, Faruq Hunter, and Maria Ebrahimji.

Khurram Baig | Linkedin Profile Mr. Baig has nearly a decade of experience representing businesses and individuals in Georgia courts. Khurram has developed a reputation for his honesty, integrity, and superior courtroom skills. All of which have combined to result in successful representation of both plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of legal matters. Recently, Khurram has opened up his own practice, The Baig Firm, which is a top rated Law Firm, specializing in Litigation with an emphasis in helping small and mid-sized businesses.

Maria Ebrahimji | Linkedin Profile Ms. Ebrahimji is currently the Director & Executive Editorial Producer of CNN Worldwide's on air guest interview department. She is interested in changing the future of journalism through incorporating diversity of thought and perspective across CNN's air and in its newsrooms. In addition to her work as a television producer, Maria is the Vice Chair of CNN's Diversity Council and is also Co-Founder of "I Speak for Myself" Inc.; a brand of books designed to allow anyone a platform to share their own narratives with the world. Volume 1 of the series, entitled,"I Speak for Myself: American Women on Being Muslim" was published in May 2011. A follow up volume by American Muslim men was published last summer.

Faruq Hunter | Linkedin Profile Mr. Hunter is the founder and President of GeniusCo and its subsidy GeniusCorps. He has travelled and worked in over 60 countries servicing both the public and private sectors. Mr. Hunter has been featured in Black Enterprise Magazine for creating a legacy of wealth and stability for your family and selected as one of the top 50 most important African Americans in technology. Mr. Hunters primary focus is on using innovation as a foundation for developing systems to create, re-create, rejuvenate and sustain the concept of the small town as an efficient hub for economic progress and global production.

Ticket Information Only 30 seats available

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