president, Pakistani American Public Affairs Committee
Dr. Saud Anwar is the president of the Pakistani American Public Affairs Committee (PAKPAC), and is also the founder and current co-chair of the American Muslim Peace Initiative. He has testified to the 109th US Congress for the Committee on Homeland Security about the American Muslim Community. Dr. Anwar specialized in Pulmonary Medicine and Critical Care medicine at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. He completed his fellowship in Occupational and Environmental Medicine at Yale, and also earned his Masters in Public Health (MPH) from there.