Imran Eba - Executive Director
Imran Eba currently serves as the Executive Director of CAMP. Imran has been with CAMP since 2008, most recently as the Deputy Executive Director and prior to that as the President of the Philadelphia chapter.
Professionally, Imran has 12 years experience working in the life sciences/pharmaceutical industry in Toronto, London and Philadelphia, working in the areas of business development, fund-of-fund investments, acquisitions, financial valuations, risk management and assurance. He currently lives in the Philadelphia area and works in the business development group of a major pharmaceutical company where he is responsible for managing a portfolio of investments and negotiating global deals (in-licensing, collaborations and acquisitions) with other pharmaceutical and biotech companies. Imran has trained as a Canadian Chartered Accountant and has an undergraduate degree from the John Molson School of Business in Montreal, Canada.
Imran spends his free time attending tea parties with princesses, fairies and his two young daughters.
Uzma Kaleem - Deputy Executive Director
Uzma Kaleem currently serves as the Deputy Executive Director of CAMP. Uzma has been with CAMP since 2008 most recently serving as the President of the New York chapter.
Uzma has over 10 years of work experience most recently as a Strategic Account Manager at Mimeo.com, consulting at international brands such as Hess, Walt Disney and Estee Lauder on print on demand offerings and implementations. Her previous work experience includes managing radio advertising sales at Disney, working in the strategic alliances group at Neustar, and conducting field marketing in the technology division of PricewaterhouseCoopers.
She contributed to CAMP New York by by managing events including the CAMP’s Annual Iftaar Dinner, professional networking events, cultural programs and contributed to the Leadership Summit.
Outside of her CAMP responsibilities, Uzma enjoys being involved with the community whether it is attending a charity event or volunteering with Habitat for Humanity. Uzma is also the co-founder of Jewish Muslim Volunteer Alliance, an interfaith group that was created out of her interest in holding an iftaar in a synagogue. In her spare time Uzma contemplates the age-old question: If nothing sticks to Teflon, how do they get it to stick to the pan?
Uzma earned a B.S. in both Marketing and Management Information Systems from George Mason University (GMU).
Sabrina Qureshi - Finance and Operations Director
Sabrina Qureshi currently serves as the Finance and Operations Director of CAMP. She joined CAMP in 2006 as an events planner for the CAMP Chicago Chapter. Sabrina was active in helping plan the 2012 Leadership Summit, in 2011 she was the Summit Co-Manager, in 2009 was the Assistant Summit Manager, and in 2008 was the Sponsorship Manager for the Leadership Summit. Sabrina has previously served as the President of the CAMP Chicago Chapter and continues to be active with the chapter in an advisory role.
Professionally, Sabrina is a Research Operations Specialist and a Business Analyst for a financial research firm in Chicago. Sabrina is responsible for streamlining processes while maintaining strict quality control. She graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago with a degree in Finance.
Sabrina strongly believes in giving back to community and enjoys volunteering for various organizations as well as supporting humanitarian causes. She is also a 2012-13 Fellow of USC CRCC's American Muslim Civic Leadership Institute. AMCLI (www.usc.edu/amcli).
Shabana Ather - Leadership Summit Director
Shabana Ather currently serves as the 2013 Leadership Summit Director. She was one of the founding members for CAMP NJ and served as President from 2011-2012. Prior to the chapter's inception, she participated in several CAMP activities at both national and chapter levels, including the 2008, 2009 and 2011 Summits and several local events for NYC and Philly.
Professionally, Shabana has over 10 years of experience in the healthcare industry. Her current position in late stage drug development at Merck focuses on clinical trial design and management. She received an MPH from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ and a BS in Public Health from Rutgers University.
Shabana enjoys spending free time with family and friends and likes to participate in various humanitarian efforts, especially charity races.
Zainab Chaudary - Communications Director
Zainab Chaudary currently serves as the Communications Director of CAMP. Zainab has been involved with CAMP since 2010, when she attended her first CAMP iftars in New York and New Jersey, and has volunteered at the CAMP annual dinner at ISNA in 2012.
Zainab has 7 years of experience working in government and the non-profit sector. She has worked in the United States House of Representatives since 2009, currently working on communications and outreach for a Member of Congress. Prior to this, Zainab worked with a Muslim non-profit on civil rights issues, outreach, and media relations. She earned her B.A. in Political Science and History from Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg in Germany.
Zainab is actively involved with a number of volunteer organizations, serving as a steering committee member for "Ready to Run," an annual conference for women interested in running for political office, administered by the Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP) at Rutgers University's Eagleton Institute of Politics. Zainab has also raised funds for and assisted a number of causes, including CAIR-NJ, the Al-Shifa Foundation of North America, Ramadan for Relief, and Parwaz Playhouse. She has spoken on the importance of political participation at events for organizations ranging from South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT) to the Asian American Hotel Owners' Association (AAHOA). Most recently, Zainab served as a counselor for 9th-12th grade girls at the Mizaan Retreat, which seeks to bring young Muslims together to foster the creation of American Muslim identities during a weekend of activities, seminars, and personal spiritual exploration in a cabin camp setting. Zainab also blogs about traveling, spirituality, and the past, present, and future experiences that make up a life. She speaks 5 languages but asks the question: does she speak yours?.
Zeba Iqbal - former Executive Director (2009-2011)
Zeba Iqbal was Executive Director of CAMP between 2009 and 2011. Zeba joined CAMP in 2005 when she became an officer in the New York Chapter. She was the Deputy Executive Director of CAMP between 2007 and 2009; and the Conference Manager of CAMP's 2008, 2009 and 2011 Leadership Summits. Zeba continues to be one of CAMP's strongest supporters and is currently working to establish a Board of Directors and continues to advise on CAMP on various initiatives.
Zeba has an MBA from The George Washington University, and an undergraduate degree in architecture from Bangalore, India. Professionally, she has over 12 years experience in real estate development and consulting. She currently lives in New York City, and works for Princeton University managing their off-campus residential real estate development projects.
Zeba is a 2009-10 Fellow of USC CRCC's American Muslim Civic Leadership Institute. AMCLI (www.usc.edu/amcli).