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Cultural Event: “Navigating Faith and Fortune: Working in this World for the Next” with Hamila Aden
October 8, 2021 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Halima Aden is a Somali-American entrepreneur who used to be a fashion model for IMG. She made the decision to leave the fashion industry due to her faith and has served as hijabi representation for the fashion industry. She is now working on her own hijab line and serves as the first Global Ambassador for Modanisa. She will be speaking about how her faith has shaped her career today and how it plays a role in her life.
Tickets are $15 in advance. More information and purchase tickets.
Sponsored by the UNC Muslim Students Association.
Great Hall, Student Union