Muppies is introducing the world’s largest Muslim leadership development conference on September 21, 2019, in Chicago.

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Muppies is pleased to announce Aisha Ghori Ozaki as a speaker for this year’s conference:

Aisha Ghori Ozaki

Inclusive Diversity Manager, Allstate


Career Services | Professional Development | Diversity and Inclusion

Aisha Ghori Ozaki is a manager on the enterprise-wide Inclusive Diversity team at Allstate (since 2015) where she is responsible for communication, marketing, training, education and metrics. Aisha is a frequent presenter and facilitator on diversity, equity and inclusion as well as professional development topics and is devoted to ensuring that all individuals feel welcome, find their passion and contribute toward creating an inclusive environment. Prior to joining Allstate, Aisha worked in higher education for almost 18 years.

Aisha holds both a master’s and bachelor’s degree in Sociology from DePaul University and is certified in the administration and interpretation of the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) and the MBTI. Aisha recently completed a Diversity and Inclusion certificate at Cornell University. Aisha volunteers with multiple organizations and especially enjoys her mentoring and time with Upwardly Global Chicago, the DePaul University Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) program, Muslim Women’s Alliance (MWA) and the Career Transitions Center of Chicago (CTC). In 2013, Aisha received the Diversity Founders Award from MWACE for her hard work and commitment to the Diversity Advancement Committee. Aisha remains active in various professional associations including the Forum on Workplace Inclusion where she has served on the conference programming committee since 2016 and co-presented at the annual conference in 2017 and 2019.  Aisha joined the board of directors for the Muslim Women’s Alliance in 2018 and recently served as a DEI panelist at the Chief Learning Officer Symposium in 2019.