Jawad was appointed honorary professor by Beijing University of Post and Telecommunications in October 2003. He was nationally recognized with the sixth annual Walter Cronkite Faith and Freedom Award by the Interfaith Alliance Foundation. Jawad envisions an America that, with its rich tapestry of pluralism, incorporating all ethnicities and religions, inspires not only those just within its borders but all those who inhabit our planet.
Mohamed Jawad Khaki is Co-Founder and CEO of Uhuru Software, Inc. where he is working on integrated application development platforms, management tools and services to enable rapid development and deployment of solutions in private or public clouds by enterprises and service providers.
In his previous role (until 2009), as Corporate Vice President at Microsoft Corp., Jawad led engineers and business leaders to deliver integrated communication and device technologies for the Microsoft® Windows platforms. Khaki started at Microsoft Corp. in 1989 focusing his passion on always‐available networks for Windows‐based devices that empower people with information and make it easy to seamlessly work, play and communicate.
Trained and educated as a computer engineer in London, Jawad spent his early career (1979-1985) as a design engineer developing hardware and firmware for GEC Computers Ltd. minicomputers in Great Britain, and as a UNIX development consultant for AT&T Bell Laboratories (1985-1989).
A native of Tanzania, Jawad has been an active volunteer since the age 0f 13, serving various non-profit organizations in Tanzania, Pakistan, United Kingodom, and now in the Greater Seattle area in the USA. Jawad was a Founding Director of Ithna‐asheri Muslim Association of the Northwest (IMAN) (est. 1997) and served as its President until 2011.
Testimony in support of Washington Senate Bill 5048 before the judiciary committee, February 16, 201110th Annual Together We Build Interfaith Service, September 10, 2011Ashes to Hope – An Interfaith Observance of 9.11, September 11, 2011There is More to Mine in Africa Than Minerals, Songea Soiree, May 3 2012
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