Mr. Hassan Jaber led ACCESS’ growth into the largest and most impactful Arab American community nonprofit in the nation. Under his leadership ACCESS established three national institutions – the Arab American National Museum, the Center for Arab American Philanthropy, and the National Network for Arab American Communities – and some 120 human service programs in 10 locations. Mr. Jaber is an organizer and a thought leader who has been involved with many national and community boards, including his crucial work with the U.S. Census National Community Advisory Board on Race and Ethnicity
In a 2-part podcast, Mr. Jaber covers topics including identity, policy, civil rights, organizing and advocacy. He addresses the challenges to create an inclusive national Arab American agenda and describes opportunities to identify and groom the next generation of Arab American leaders.