بِسْمِ ٱللَّٰهِ ٱلرَّحْمَٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ
The single most important variable in a child’s development is the relationship that they have with mom and dad. What are practical and proven ways that parents can build a strong home?
In this 60-minute lecture with Brother Amin Aaser, Noor Kids shares strategies supported by Islamic tradition and recent educational research.
Provided: Babysitting (Ages 3-12) and Refreshments
Brother Amin G. Aaser is a leader in Muslim children’s education, advocacy, and development. Amin is the founder and Executive Director of Noor Kids, a Harvard-supported educational services organization that seeks to build confidence in the religious identity of young Muslims.
He is the founder and Managing Director of Noor Kids. Amin is an expert on identity, self-confidence, and self-esteem among Muslim children in America. He has been featured on NPR, BBC, The Huffington Post, The Boston Herald, and The Christian Science Monitor, among a host of other media outlets.
Amin developed his expertise in storytelling under the tutelage of Arina Isaacson, an internationally recognized, and award winning, theater director actress, master storyteller and visual artist. She is founder and artistic director of the San Francisco School of Improvisation. Amin received the Outstanding Instructor award for his service as an Instructor of “Storytelling for Leadership,” at the University of California Berkeley.
Amin began his career in business management, working for Fortune 500 companies such as 3M, Target Corporation, and General Mills. He attained his MBA at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley and graduated magna cum laude from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota, triple-majoring in finance, marketing, and supply-chain management.