Shahid Ahmed Khan, an American Pakistani has been chosen by US President Joe Biden to serve on the PACA (President’s Advisory Committee on the Arts).
The White House announced Khan’s selection in a press statement. Khan played significant role in uniting the Asian and Muslim worlds.
The President’s Advisory Committee on the Arts continues to be a solid foundation of support for the John F. Kennedy Centre for Performing Arts. As it unites the country’s artistic consciousness and broadens the center’s vision.
According to Shahid Ahmed’s White House description, he is a community leader, political adviser and businessman whose life has been tied to international affairs. that focuses on Asian and Muslim world.
It said the experience of Pakistani American dignitary was focused on improving US ideals and principles via positive community involvement with the American-Muslim and South Asian communities.
Khan served as the National Finance Co-Chair for the John Kerry presidential campaign in 2004 and served as an advisor on presidential, gubernatorial, senatorial, congressional, mayoral, and judicial campaigns in the United States for the past 20 years. He was awarded with a presidential medal for his contributions as well.
The proud Pakistani member played an integral part in involving the South Asian-American community in the Biden for President campaign.
A representative of the President’s Advisory Committee said Khan’s addition to prestigious body a cause for celebration and his distinctive perspective will serve to strengthen our objectives and will create an impact.