Alaha Ahrar is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Kindness Sharing Project (KSP), an international nonprofit organization 501 (C)3.
Ahrar received her master’s degree in Social Justice and Human Rights MAIS from George Mason University in December 2020. She graduated from University of Mary Washington with a triple major and one certificate on time in four years. Her majors are Human Rights, Political Science, and International Affairs and her certificate is in Middle Eastern Studies.
Ahrar speaks English, Persian (Dari, Farsi), Urdu, Hindi, Pashto, and some basic Arabic and Spanish and I have excellent computer skills.
Ahrar has years of comprehensive experiences of advocacy, leadership, program management, event planning, volunteer recruitment and case management working with people of different communities in northern Virginia since her freshman year at UMW.
Moreover, she won many awards such as the Ambassador of Youth, Peace, and Global Goodwill Ambassadors in 2018 and the project of the year 2nd award at the 19th Annual Virginia Statewide Neighborhood Conference, Inc for her advocacy, community building, writing, public speaking, and peace building practical efforts.
Furthermore, Ahrar was awarded the “Best Poet of the Year for Afghanistan and the United States” by International World Poetry, Canada in 2011. Once again, she was appointed as the Ambassador of Youth and Peace for Afghanistan and the United States by Canada in 2012. She received the “Big Heart” Award by Facets for her tireless efforts of helping people in need in 2016.
Ahrar has been using her work experiences, expertise and skills extensively to advocate for equity, equality, fairness, and justice to support human rights and social justice worldwide.