AZK Communications, LLC focuses on two distinct services: Communications with attention to Public Relations and all that it encompasses, and diversity consultation and inclusion training.
Philly’s Muslims prepare for Ramadan, The Philadelphia Tribune, June 22, 2012
Muslim Identity in the U.S. Campaign, PressReader.com (Canada), July 30, 2016
True Liberation, Philadelphia Daily News, January 25, 2013
7 Ways Philadelphia’s Muslim Observing Ramadan, Philadelphia Daily News, June 23, 2015
Philly School District Adds 2 More Muslim Holidays to Calendar, WPVI-6 ABC Philadelphia, May 31, 2016
Muslim Women Setting Fashion Trends, July 17, 2013, NBC 10 Philadelphia
Aliya Z. Khabir is a Philly born and bred communications professional with over 15 years of public relations, marketing and advertising experiences in a spectrum of industries. She exercises expertise in healthcare communications, specifically underserved audiences, non profit media and crisis management, small business marketing and promotion, diversity education and training, government, banking and community development.
Mrs. Khabir received her bachelors of business administration with a concentration in marketing in 2001 from the Fox School of Business at Temple University. She received her certificate in professional meeting and event planning, also from Temple University. In 2007, Aliya received her master of professional business communication with a concentration in public relations from La Salle University. She is a self published author, penning and releasing Just Be Still, a novel about the lives of Black American Muslim women.
Aliya has also grown her firm offerings into diversity education with a focus on the American Muslim consumer. Her consultancy has partnered with various health organizations and to education healthcare professionals about how to properly, and professionally engage Muslim patients when they access care and with the intention of producing the healthiest outcomes.
Khabir occasionally contributes commentary to both Philadelphia Daily News and the Philadelphia Tribune, the eldest African American Newspaper in the country. She is a member of the Philadelphia Black Public Relations Society and an associate member of the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists.
BillyPenn.com was also recently named Aliya its list: Who’s Next in Communications: 18 young people helping Philly find its voice.
She loves traveling and chocolate, in that order. In her spare time, she bakes brownies, cookies and cakes she shouldn’t eat while folding laundry and watching Resurrection Ertugrul and Law & Order SVU marathons.
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Philadelphia, PA US