The Syria Relief and Development (SRD) family is excited to announce a new addition: former SRD volunteer Randa Kuziez, founder of the Kansas Language Access Project, is the newest member of our distinguished Board of Directors.
“I am honored to join the SRD board and be a part of an organization that is working incredibly hard on one of the most critical issues of our time. The crisis in Syria demands our attention. We want to make sure we do our best to make a difference,” said Randa.
Randa’s nonprofit and interfaith outreach work has garnered her national and international attention. In February 2011, Randa was invited to Geneva as a speaker for the Inaugural UN World Interfaith Harmony Week. She has also served as an inaugural Faiths Act Fellow, one of the Tony Blair Foundation’s most prestigious and intensive interfaith leadership programs.
Randa has delivered keynote addresses around the U.S., appeared in various media outlet and also published writings on faith and development. She was honored by her university as Woman of the Year and was chosen by Azizah Magazine as one of its top 30 under 30 leaders. Randa holds a Master’s degree in International Relations from Washington University in St. Louis.
Welcome aboard, Randa!