Can you name the nominee for Director Emeritus of Senior Affairs?
We’re adding a little fun and excitement to this announcement, so here’s a few hints on who the nominee is for Director Emeritus of Senior Affairs:
* Born in a city called Ashland.
* Attended Virginia State College.
* Earned a Masters in social work.
* Retired military.
* Attended the “March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom” on August 28, 1963.
* Joined the Nation of Islam in 1969.
* Married for over 48 years to the same beautiful wife.
* Resides in the southeastern U.S.
If you think you know the answer, follow CWSC on twitter and tweet your answer to the community before 6pm Saturday, August 16, 2014, when we’ll make the announcement at the National Town Hall. Until then, we’ll give more hints via twitter today and tomorrow.
Post retirement can be a an opportune time to volunteer. Now with the technology, it’s easier than ever to stay engaged and contribute right from our homes. Of course the issues of access to technology and knowledge remain barriers to many seniors and non-seniors, but together we can find solutions.
That’s why the new director is asking for our help from other seniors, but also from younger believers who can help with access to technology. If you work in any aspect of senior affairs as a professional area of expertise or you believe that senior affairs is the focus area you’d like to help our national Association with, then register today and select Senior Affairs as your area of expertise.
Help the new Director build a team par excellence that will help all of us deliver better service to our beloved senior Muslim citizens. Together we can remake the world! Stay tuned for announcement of more focus team and team directors. Blessed Jumu’ah Weekend!
Special Note: Community Wide Shuraa Conference welcomes the believers to the National Town Hall for Mutual Consultation: Towards An Intelligentsia, August 15-17, 2014 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Downtown, St. Louis. Blessed Jumu’ah & Weekend!