American Society of Engineers of Indian Origin Southern California
Meeting Date: March 30, 2018
Time: 11AM Registration
Speaker: Azim Khamisa, Keynote, Founder TKF.Org.
“Achieving Peace & Purpose Through Forgiveness.”
Cost: Indian Hors d’oeuvres, and Live Dosa ‘Station’. They will be followed by an Authentic Indian Lunch that will be served during the event.
RSVP: First 25 registrations are $25. After that, it will be $40.
Event Details: Eventbrite
Summary: ASEI SoCal brings you this event, “Confluence 2018” a social, professional and family gathering. The entrepreneurs and social activists in the panel will discuss the challenges and hardships they have faced in their life by sharing their stories.
Bio: Azim Khamisa Following the murder of his son in 1995, Azim Khamisa founded the Tariq Khamisa Foundation (TKF.org), which started a subsequent forgiveness movement that has reached millions. He has received over 60 local, national and international awards, including: in 1997 the National Crime Victims Special Community Service Award presented by President Clinton and Attorney General Janet Reno, and in 2002 the Search for Common Ground’s prestigious award alongside Desmond Tutu and Ted Koppel.