American Alumni Association (AAA) recently awarded individuals for their outstanding contributions towards growth of Bangladesh with a clear influence of an American Education.
AAA arranged the award giving ceremony for the recognition at a Dhaka hotel. HE Earl R Miller, ambassador of United States of America to Bangladesh, Salman F Rahman, private sector development adviser, Prime Minister’s Office, Gowher Rizvi, international affairs’ adviser, Prime Minister’s Office, Mashiur Rahman, economic affairs advisor, Prime Minister’s Office and co-chair, AAA and Mr. Tipu Munshi, Ministry of Commerce, was present at the ceremony.
Winners received crests as awards in several categories.
Maimuna N. Ahmed, founder & CEO, Teach for Bangladesh Awarded for the category Education, Dr. Creaig Meisner, Phd, senior technical advisor, Food and Agriculture organisation was awarded for service to society, Maliha Quadir, founder, Shohoz, awarded for Business Innovation, Dr. Kazikhaleed Ashraf, Phd, architect, awarded for arts, culture & sports.
Dr. Mohammad Fouzul Kabir Khan,Phd, civil servant and professor of Boston University, awarded for public Affairs. Dr.Prof. Yasmeen Haque, Phd, professor of University of Wasington was awarded for Science and Technology. Mohammad Matiul Islam, civil servant, Entrepreneur, reeived award for Lifetime Achievement.
Ms. Nusrat Feroz Aman, president, AAA welcomed all the members of AAA and respected dignitaries at the programme.
Mr. Tipu Munshi congratulated the awardees in his speech.
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