A Colorado native, born to a Palestinian-American family, Iman brings a unique perspective to the Colorado Senate. Growing up in Colorado public schools, she witnessed first-hand the disparities between her home here, and her family home in Palestine. Through her work for the family business, she learned the struggles of working-class people, and the difficulties many in Colorado have making ends meet. It was her experience with both family homes that galvanized her into public service.
WHERE IS IMAN ON THE ISSUES
I feel fortunate to have the opportunity to work with amazing organizations in my community that are working from the ground up to address social justice issues.
Wearing multiple hats in my community has also allowed me to advocate on behalf of those without a voice. Partnering with local organizations truly allows me to capture the essence of being an educator and advocate. Because of this, it is an honor to serve on commissions such as the Denver Complete Count Census Committee, the University of Denver Religious Advisory Council, or the US District Attorney Community Organizations Group.