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Said Tayeb Jawad, American Political commentator, writer. Board of directors Afghanistan Cultural Society, San Francisco, 1990-1992; member International Society for Human Rights, Frankfort, Germany, 1983-1986; member of national advisory board Information American, Atlanta, 1991-1994; active Amnesty International, New York City, since 1987. Member World Affairs Council.

Background

Jawad, Said Tayeb was born on February 27, 1958 in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Came to the United States, 1986. Son of Mir Hussain and zakia Shah.

Education

Student, Kabul University, Afghanistan, 1980. Student, Wilhelms University, Muenster, Germany, 1986. Student, Long Island University, 1986.

Master of Business Administration, Golden Gate University, San Francisco, 2001.

Career

With Lehnardt & Bauman, New York City, 1988-1989, Steefel, Levitt & Weiss, San Francisco, 1989—2002. Chief of staff, spokesman President Afghanistan, Kabul, Afghanistan, 2002—2003. Director Office International Relations, 2001—2003.

Afghan ambassador to United States, since 2004. Writer, political commentator various newspapers, radio and television stations including British Broadcasting Corporation.

Membership

Board of directors Afghanistan Cultural Society, San Francisco, 1990-1992. Member International Society for Human Rights, Frankfort, Germany, 1983-1986. Member of national advisory board Information American, Atlanta, 1991-1994.

Active Amnesty International, New York City, since 1987. Member World Affairs Council.

Connections

Married Shamin Rahman, November 16, 1986.

father:
Mir Hussain Jawad

spouse:
Shamin Rahman