|Name||MD Rabbi Alam|
Kansas City, Missouri , United States
|| November 30, 1974
Mar 31, 2013 04:36pm
Asian - Government Reform - Pro Environment - Married - U.S. Army - Anti-Semite - Islam - Straight -
|Info||MD Alam is currently the National Chairman of National Democratic Party Asian American Caucus (NDPAAC). MD Alam established the Missouri Democratic Party Asian American caucus in 2007. MDPAAC is one of the three statewide political organizations affiliated and working closely with the Missouri Democratic Party. MD Alam is the founder Chairman and has been serving as the state Chair. MDPAAC has been dedicated working closely with many democratic local groups and committees. Since the MDPAAC has the statewide organizational structure, it has been establishing a handfull number of County Chapters. MD Alam is also the President of North American Bangladeshi Association for Bangladesh a non-profit Educational based organization working closely with the US Department of Education and helping the less-fortunate children globally by providing support and extending helping hands to the needy ones. MD Alam’s leadership and community service is remarkable. MD Alam is involve with many organizational activities and many communities based services. MD Alam is served as the Executive Secretary of the Santa Fee Elementary PTA (Parent-Teachers Association) within the Hickman-mills School District. MD Alam was the elected President of the Board of directors of Loma Vista west Townhouses Corporations and served the community. MD Alam was the CEO of Minority Directed Small Business (MDSBIZ) a Kansas City based small business. MD Alam served in the Kansas City Property Maintenance Appeal Board (KCPMAB) as one of the Board of Directors. MD Alam’s motivation, dedication and dynamic leadership skills and his Military service including two terms tours in Middle East and Operation Iraqi Freedom as well as his six years overseas tour in Germany has effective integration of service in the United States Army. MD Alam performed job as a Linguist in the US Army. |
During the 2008 Presidential election MD Alam worked as one of satellite campaign manager for Obama and the Democratic Party in Greater Kansas City area. MD Alam’s business suite was one of the Campaign Office for Obama in South Kansas City, Grandview and Raytown areas. MD Alam’s voluntary political involvement and recently the active involvement in the Missouri Democratic Party Asian American Caucus have brought an unparalleled leadership in the great state Missouri. Last five years MD Alam has been attending all most every single events in the Jackson county as well as all over statewide Missouri. While, MD Alam was asked what is your goal, MD answered “I want such an organization which will stimulate an active interest in Asian Americans relating to Political and Governmental affairs to facilitate Asian American participation in the Missouri Democrat Party so that it will help to promote the ideas and principles of the Democratic Party, and to encourage and seek Asian American candidates for public office and explain positions of other political candidates to Asian American voters. Not only bringing the leaderships but the Caucus shall also work with the Asian American Communities to bring their issues to the state and national political attention. We are the Asian- American Communities living in United States of America and exercising our Rights in the Main Stream Political Process. I would love to give back to the community and serve the people in our state as I have served the Country.”
After graduating high school MD Alam attended the National University and earned his first Bachelor of Science Honors degree in Biology in 1996. While attending National University, MD Alam became one of the very prestigious student leaders in the Southern Division of Bangladesh. MD Alam was one of the three vice chairs of National Student Forum of “Jatio Party” one of the political partys of Bangladesh.
MD Alam’s student Politics and such high scale political involvement inspired him to earning his 2nd Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Government from the National University in 1997. From 1996-1999 MD Alam was hired as a High school Science teacher and taught in a Divisional Police School in Bangladesh where MD’s home town in Khulna. In 1997-1998 MD Alam went to a Law school but was not able to finish it up due to the teaching job and the political activities. In 1999 MD Alam went back to school to finishing up his Masters of Science Degree in Biology. MD Alam was attending his (M. Sc) graduate course in Dhaka College, however in April of 2000 he joined in the United States Army. MD Alam completed his Basic Training at Ft. Knox, KY and AIT at Ft. Lee VA. During his six (6) years on active duty, MD Alam was awarded the following medals and Ribbons: Army Achievement Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal, Army National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Army Overseas Ribbon and many letters of Recommendations as well as many different awards.
MD Alam was very active within the ACS (Army Community Services), FRG (Family Readiness Groups) and Army Community Ethnic Enrichment Programs. MD Alam was one of the highly motivated and dedicated NCO and was honorably discharged after the Iraq war. In 2005 MD Alam finished his 1st Graduate Degree MS in Military science. In 2007 MD Alam earned his 2nd Graduate degree in MIS (Management Information System). In 2010 MD Alam earned his 3rd Graduate Degree 'MA in Mathematics Education' as well as 'High School Mathematics Teacher Certification' from UMKC. MD Alam’s long term goal is to bring hope to our children a better Mathematical Achievement and have a movement in Mathematics and education in-term of Curriculum designing. MD Alam believes in “Trans-formative Intellectuality, Force for Change, Hope over Fear and Education For a Lifetime of Learning”. MD Alam says Vote for Change and make it all blue together.
MD Alam came from a family where education is the key motivation and vital factor of succession of life. MD Alam's father was a University graduate with the degree of BA and MA in Political Science and Masters in Veterinary Science and worked for the Bangladesh Government for 23 years. While at his job, at the age of 55 in 2002 MD’s dad passed away. MD’s mother and father both came from farmer family. MD’s elder brother Shere Alam is also running for State Representative from Democratic ticket in the MO HD 30. MD’s Mom and both-in-laws reside in Kansas City, MO. MD Alam's younger brother MD Rajvi Alam lives in Spain, has a graduate degree in Library and Information Science, and he is also involved in Politics in Spain. MD’s elder sister is working for a telecommunication company in Bangladesh and she has a Masters of Arts degree in English.
MD Alam is using his multi-cultural and dynamic strategy to rebuild Missouri Democratic Party under the unique umbrella collaboration of Asian American Caucus. MD Alam thinks the next presidential election will be very challenging for Democratic Party as we lost in the 2010 Mid-term election. Democratic Partyneeds to be organized in the grass-root level and need to be prepared to have strong battle in the 2012. That is why we have to work hard and create our grass-root level organizational chapters. MD Alam believes the Democratic Party should start working towards all educational institutes to have Young Democrats involvements. If we are not careful, and do not start working right now we will have a hard ship in the long run in near future. So, MD Alam is asking all Democrats to come in one point of view that we may have long term victory in the National Level and please join with us.
MD Alam is happily married with Afroza Tuli since 1996. MD’s son 'Sajid' is eight and daughter 'Anupriya' is six. Tuli has a BS in Biology and working on Nursing at UMKC.
Tuli beleives sooner or latter her husband MD Alam will be holding a Public office.