US President Biden trusts Pakistani-American businessman for advisory job

President Biden has appointed Shahid Ahmed Khan to the President’s Advisory Committee on the Arts (PACA). Khan is a Pakistani-American community leader, political advisor, and entrepreneur with over two decades of experience in international affairs. He has served as a Trustee for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and as an Advisory Board Member of the Democratic National Committee. He was also the National Finance Co-Chair for John Kerry’s 2004 Presidential campaign.

Khan is a recognized luminary in South Asian affairs and has founded Triconboston Consulting Corporation, which provides consulting services to companies in the renewable energy, IT, and healthcare sectors.

The PACA is a prestigious organization that advises the President on matters related to the arts. Its members are recognized as “Ambassadors for the Arts” and play a vital role in promoting the arts and culture in the United States.

Khan’s appointment to the PACA is a watershed moment for the Pakistani-American community. It is a recognition of the significant contributions that Pakistani-Americans have made to the social and cultural fabric of American society. It also showcases the influential role that they continue to play in shaping the nation’s future.

The PACA representative said that Khan’s “rich experiences, profound insights, and unique perspective” will amplify the organization’s mission and extend its influence immeasurably.

Khan is a well-respected leader in the Pakistani-American community and his appointment to the PACA is a positive step for the arts and culture in the United States.


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