Sabeeha Rehman



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Director, Interfaith Programs at American Society for Muslim Advancement

Sabeeha Rehman


Ms. Sabeeha Rehman is the Director of Interfaith Programs, and a board member of the American Society for Muslim Advancement (ASMA). As a professional, Ms. Rehman has had a 25-year career as a Healthcare Executive and has served as a hospital administrator in New York, New Jersey, and overseas. She is the President and founding member of the New York Metro Chapter of the National Autism Association. Ms. Rehman has been a guest speaker on Islam at local events hosted by churches, synagogues, schools, and at community organizations such as the Jewish Community Center. She has appeared on television as a panelist on topics related to Muslims in America and Muslims in the media. On the international level, she has been a panelist in a series of panel discussion on Global Experiences with visiting students from Europe and Canada. She co-hosts and organizes interfaith events with faith organizations. Ms. Rehman is member of the Women’s’ Islamic Initiative in Spirituality and Equity (WISE) of ASMA. Ms. Rehman has dedicated many years to the teaching of Islam to the Muslim youth. As a Sunday School teacher for several years, she taught Level 1 through Senior Level, including Contemporary Issues in the Young Adults Forum. As a member of the Education Committee for the Sunday school, Ms. Rehman was involved in the design of the Islamic curriculum of the Sunday school, establishment of Muslim Summer Camp, and planning special events for young Muslims. She developed the first newsletter for the mosque, served as its Editor, and chaired the Editorial Board. She is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE), and is an active member of its New York Chapter, Healthcare Leaders of New York. Ms. Sabeeha Rehman was born and raised in Pakistan, and migrated to the United States in 1971. Her husband, Khalid Rehman, is an Oncologist, practicing in New York. They have two sons, Saqib and Asim, and three grandchildren.

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