Dhaha Nur is the Civic Engagement Manager of the Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans - PANA. He oversees efforts in building community power through organizing, advocacy and coalition work. He is responsible for the efficacy and growth of PANA’s non-partisan voter engagement efforts. As well as the analysis and development of local and statewide campaign strategies to advance issues that promote the full inclusion of our refugee and AMEMSA communities.
Dhaha holds firm to the idea that it his unequivocal duty to stand for the rights of those around him. He is a refugee that believes the catalyst for change starts from within communities, and aspires to be an agent of change. He believes that change will only come when change happens within. His experience with civic engagement is diverse and broad. It includes conducting research, data analysis, community advocacy, and youth leadership development.
Dhaha holds a bachelors degree in Management Information Systems from San Diego State University (SDSU), and a minor in Women’s Studies.