Dr. Kharazi has a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California in Berkeley and has over 30 years of Industry experience as director of technology in a major chemical company. He has been an adjunct professor at Rutgers University.
He is an active community member promoting strong relations and understanding among various faith.
Azra is an active member of the South Brunswick community, serving on several of the township’s commissions, including the Human Relations Commission, serving as the Chairperson, the Women’s Commission, the Municipal Alliance Commission, and the Volunteer Nurse Corp.
She is also a freelance reporter for a local news outlet and enjoys physical fitness, and is a Marathoner.
Dr. Chaudry graduated from the London School of Economics in 1967 and earned a Ph. D. in Economics from Tufts University (1972).
He served as Deputy Mayor in 2003 and as Mayor in 2004, becoming the first Pakistani-born Mayor in America. He was re-elected for a second three-year term on the Bernards Township Committee (2005-2007).
Sameerah is a Foster & Adoptive Family Services Advocate, Muslim League of Voters of New Jersey, Corresponding Secretary, Hajj Alumni Executive Board Member, and assists in coordinating the New Jersey Muslim Voice for Progress meetings among the coalitions.
She has over 40 years of experience as a Special Events Coordinator and seven years of professional experience in advocating for foster, adoptive, and kinship parents.
President of the Muslim League of Voters of New Jersey
Over 40 years of involvement in politics
Served as City Councilman in East Orange for 2 terms
Participant in numerous Muslim organizations.
Educator and Track coach for over 28 years
Become an NJMVP Coalition Partner