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Awards

Ms. Khan has the distinction of receiving 20 awards and maintains a record of receiving  “an award every year.” She is recognized for her exceptional ability to lead women’s rights initiatives around the globe, promote harmonious co-existence between faiths, initiative peacebuilding campaigns, and exemplify servant leadership.

 

Her social justice activism has impacted the lives of women and girls, young leaders, seminary students, interfaith peers, American Muslim Communities and the general public.

2017

  • Community Service Award – Bronx Community Council

2016

  • Service to Humanity Award – One Spirit Learning Alliance

2015

2015

  • Honoring Muslim Women in Our Community – Islamic Center of Long Island

2014

  • Faith in Action Award – International Center for Religion & Diplomacy

2013

  • Voices That Challenge Award – The Interfaith Alliance of NYS

2012

  • First recipient of the Charles Ansbacher Award – Hunt Alternatives Fund

  • @DaisyKhan named one of the 140 Best Twitter Feeds of 2012 – Time Magazine

  • @DaisyKhan named in “7 Women You Must Follow on Twitter” – Glamour Magazine

  • Inspiring commitment to Inter-faith work. Common Ground

2011

  • Building Bridges Through Interfaith Dialogue – IQRA International Educational Foundation

  • Eleanor Roosevelt Human Rights Award – Unitarian Universalist Service Committee

  • The Edinburgh Peace Award – City of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Interfaith Association, Festival of Spirituality and Peace

  • Prophetic Voice Award – The Shalom Center

2010

  • Commitment to Action – Clinton Global Initiative

  • Women Who Empower and Inspire Award – The Arab American Family Support Center

  • Furthering Interfaith Understanding – New York Open Center

2009

  • Alumni Hall of Fame – Jericho High School

2008

  • 21 Leaders for the 21st Century: Seven Who Topple Tyrannies – Women’s E-News

2007

  • Prime Mover- Movement leaders in America – Hunt Alternatives

2006

  • James Parks Morton Interfaith Award – The Interfaith Center of New York

2005

  • Lives of Commitment Award – Auburn Theological Seminary