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Suhail A. Khan is a life-long Reagan conservative and a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Global Engagement, a Christian religious freedom think tank. He also chairs the Conservative Inclusion Coalition, a regular coalition meeting of activists dedicated to expanding the conservative message to all Americans.
Suhail served as a policy advisor and counsel on Capitol Hill, and a senior political appointee with the Bush administration, where he served in the White House and as an advisor for two cabinet secretaries. He was awarded the U.S. DOT Secretary’s Team Award in 2005 and the Gold Medal for Outstanding Achievement in 2007. Suhail was awarded the Young Conservative Coalition's Buckley Award in 2010.
Suhail serves on the Board of Advisers for the interfaith Center for Interreligious Understanding. In 2014, Suhail was appointed by RNC Chairman Reince Prebus to serve on the Asian Pacific American Advisory Council of the Republican National Committee.
In addition to his political efforts, Suhail has been a passionate advocate for religious freedom, both in the U.S. and around the globe. In combating Holocaust-denial and anti-Semitism, Suhail led delegations of major American and global faith leaders to Europe’s death camps in 2010 and 2013.
- Religion & Interfaith
- US Politics