Advisory Board, Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom
For the past 15 years, Amanda Quraishi (Q) has developed an internationally recognized personal brand as a digital thought-leader, strategist and educator. She has helped countless individuals, businesses, nonprofits and community-based organizations use digital media to meet their marketing, advocacy, and storytelling goals.
Today, Q works full-time as the digital & social media director at the Texas Association of School Boards where she leads the organization's digital legislative advocacy efforts and co-hosts the TASB Talks podcast.
Q is also the founder/director of the Institute for Digital Civic Culture, a program designed to elevate online culture and empower leadership in digital spaces. IDCC is housed at the Center for Religion and Civic Culture at the University of Southern California.
Q serves as a member of the Community Advisory Board for Austin PBS, and as an Advisory Committee Member for the Muslim Space. She is an advocate for women's rights, public education, digital privacy, and the free press.