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MD Rabbi Alam (http://ballotpedia.org/wiki/index.php/MD_Rabbi_Alam) is a United States Senate Candidate for 2016.
MD Rabbi Alam is the Founder of AMPAC and he is leading a "Million Muslim March (http://www.Facebook.com/MMM91113) on 9/11/2013 for establishing Humanity and Justice through a historic Civil Rights Movement for Muslim Americans aligning with rest of Americans to enacted laws wich will protect rights by the goverment and consitutions.
MD Rabbi Alam (born November 20, 1974 in Khulna, Bangladesh) was a 2012 candidate for Missouri Secretary of State. He was defeated in the primary election by State Rep. Jason Kander.
He was a 2010 Democratic candidate for District 50 of the Missouri House of Representatives.
MD Alam was born and raised in Bangladesh. After graduating high school, Alam attended the Bangladesh National University and earned his degree in Biology in 1996. His father, a veterinary surgeon, worked for the Bangladeshi government for 20 years. Inspired by his father's example, he decided to get involved in politics as a young adult. His experiences as a politically active student led him to pursue a second bachelor's degree, this time in political science. He spent three years following University teaching science in a High School and at a Divisional Police School in his hometown of Khulna. Alam began law school in 1997 but had to quit after one year when he realized he could not balance school with his political and teaching duties. In 1999 MD Alam went back to school to finish up is master's degree in Biology.
He moved to the United States in 2000 and joined the U.S. Army. He was on active duty for 6 years, and spent a portion of that time stationed in Germany. Alam was assigned to Logistical Operations and Supply Chain Operations for Air Defense Artillary. He finished his Army service as a Sergeant in 2005. He worked at the Islamic School of Greater Kansas City, and the Imagine Renaissance Academy, where he taught algebra, calculus, and personal finance. Alam was the Director of International Business for P/Strada for one year before taking the post of CEO of Minority Directed Small Business in 2007. Since then, he has served as CEO for MDSB Providing Senior Ledaership in Business Corporation.
Alam is part of the North American Bangladeshi Association for Bangladesh (NABAB) and is the Chairman for the US National Democratic Party Asian-American Caucus.
◦Khulna Zilla School
◦Bachelor's degree in Biology, National University
◦Bachelor's degree in Political Science, National University
◦Master's degree in Computer Information System, University of Phoenix
◦Master's degree in Mathematics Education, University of Missouri-Kansas City
◦Teacher Certification, Secondary Mathematics
◦Doctoral Student (PHD in Educational Computing) at the Department of Learning Technology in the School of Imformation of University of North Texas
• Online Radio Talk Show Host - Radio Bangla USA. "Ajker Desh Agamir Projonmo / Today's Nation Future Generations": http://www.blogtalkradio.com/mdalam, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Radio-Bangla-USA/298553446918142
• Internet Television Talk Show Host - Bangla TV USA. http://www.ustream.tv/channel/bangla-tv-usa
• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/md4us
• Twitter: http://twitter.com/MD4MO
Experioence and Job:
•CEO - Minority Directed Small Business: 2007- Present
•High School Mathematics Teacher - Khulna Udyan Police School, Bangladesh:
•Logistical Operation and Supply Sergeant: United States Army, Veteran of Iraqi War, Honorably Discharged
•Director of Operations - P/Strada LLC, Kansas City, Missouri, USA
•High School Mathematics Teacher - Islamic School of Gretaer Kansas City, Missouri, USA
•High School Mathematics Teacher - Imagine School of Environmental Science and Math of Kansas City, Missouri, USA
•High School Teaching (Sub) Staff - Derrick Thomas Academy, Kansas City, Missouri, USA
In 2007, Alam founded the Missouri Democratic Party Asian American Caucus (MDPAAC), which now includes 11 county chapters. In 2009, he became the National Chairman of US National Democratic Party Asian American Caucus, and was the Chair of first National Convention of National Democratic Party Asian American Caucus in 2011. He serves as the Democratic Party Committeeman of the 26 ward, having run unopposed in 2010. His term as committeeman will expire in 2012.
Alam first ran for major office in 2010 as a Democratic candidate representing District 50 in the Missouri House of Representatives. He lost in the primary election on August 3, 2010.
On March 6, 2012, Alam filed with the secretary of state for the 2012 election, seeking the post of Secretary of State of Missouri from which the current officeholder, Robin Carnahan, will retire this year