Zeba Iqbal assumed the position of Executive Director of CAMP on January 1, 2010; she is also the Chairperson of the Board of Directors. Zeba has been with CAMP since 2005 when she joined as an officer in the New York Chapter. She was the Deputy Director of CAMP between 2007 and 2009; and the Conference Manager of CAMP’s 2008 and 2009 conferences.
Zeba has an MBA from The George Washington University, and an undergraduate degree in architecture from Bangalore, India. Professionally, she has over 12 years experience in the real estate industry in the areas of strategy and business consulting, valuation analysis, partnership development, and pre-development and investment analyses.
She currently lives in New York City, and works for Princeton University as a program manager for their off-campus real estate development projects. Prior to joining Princeton, Zeba was a real estate consultant with Ernst & Young LLP.
Zeba volunteers with the Muslim Public Affairs Council in 2009, and was a founding member of Muslims Against Terrorism/Muslim Voices for Peace, an organization founded in the aftermath of September 11th. She has also been an advisory committee member for Muslim Americans Answer the Call; Muslim Voices: Arts and Ideas and IMAN@TheApollo.
Zeba was a key member of the PR team promoting the sold out 20-show NYC staging of Wajahat Ali’s play, The Domestic Crusaders which opened on September 11, 2009. Zeba is a 2009-10 Fellow of USC’s American Muslim Civic Leadership Institute. AMCLI focuses on empowering people who are trying to elevate the current discourse of engagement within the Muslim community.