In this special edition newsletter, we are introducing six more 40 Under Forty Georgia Muslims honorees. To see who else was introduced, please click here and here.

Congratulations to this group of leaders who transform vision into action, spark innovation, and attain success for their organizations and communities.  Please stay tuned for more! 

Please join us as we celebrate and honor the accomplishments of these incredible people at our  40 Under 40 GA Muslims Gala! Tickets and sponsorships are available here. 

Dr. Laura Badwan

Dr. Laura Badwan  is currently a pediatrician at Scottish Rite of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. In the future, Dr. Badwan hopes to launch a pediatric product to monitor a child's developmental progress, and wishes to provide these products to underserved communities.

Munir Ismail Meghjani

Munir Ismail Meghjani is the co-founder and Executive Director of HOPE Inc, Helping Organizations and People Everywhere, which re-engages young adults and has mobilized more than 7,000 people in service while connecting them with multiple non-profits locally and internationally. 

Musheer Ahmed
Musheer Ahmed is the founder of FraudScope,  which targets healthcare-related fraud claims and was voted as the top 4 companies to launch in Georgia in 2016. His goal is to reduce health care costs for every American by eliminating fraud and putting that money back to real patient care.

Nirouz Elhammali

Elhammali earned a juris doctorate with honors from Emory University School of Law. In her current practice as a healthcare associate at Parker Hudson Rainer & Dobbs LLP, Elhammali represents non-profit hospitals, healthcare systems, and individuals working in the health industry on a range of regulatory, corporate, and compliance issues.
Omar Hamid

An entrepreneur focused on innovation and design, Omar Hamid is the co-founder of the world's largest crowdfunding platform for Muslims around the world, In 2015, Hamid won second place in Stars of Science Season for his invention, Sanda, the world's first chair designed specifically for the mosque. 


Osama Hashmi

Osama Hashmi is the chief executive officer and co-founder of Vitamin C, a healthcare technology startup which seeks to provide simple patient-doctor connections. Hashmi earned the title of UGA's Next Top Entrepreneur for his revolutionary software and idea to track the progress of patients during treatment or rehabilitation through simple feedback from patients over the Internet.