IFLC welcomes Imaan Singh to its staff. Singh’s primary role will help bolster IFLC’s grants and sponsorship funding.
Singh is a public health major and global health and social medicine minor at Wayne State University. She serves as the State Lead for Khalsa Aid International Michigan Chapter. Established 21 years ago, Khalsa Aid International strives to provide direct and immediate humanitarian relief around the world to refugees as well as victims of natural and manmade disaster and conflict areas. Khalsa Aid International’s mission is based upon the Sikh principle of “Recognise the whole human race as one.”
Singh said she is greatful for her work with Khalsa, which has given her the opportunity to work with people from all different backgrounds to develop her communications skills.
“I wanted to take what I learned from Khalsa Aid and apply it to my work at IFLC,” said Singh. “I hope to create more awareness about the diverse cultures and religions throughout Metropolitan Detroit. I am a strong believer in giving back to the community and would like my career to reflect that.”
Outside of her professional pursuits, Singh, who grew up in West Bloomfield, enjoys playing the Dilruba, an Indian classical instrument, for 11 years. She’s also an avid Detroit Pistons fan