312. Bayan Mahmoud Al-Zahran (Lawyer, Saudi Arabia)

Bayan

In 2013 Bayan Mahmoud Al-Zahran became the first woman licensed to practice law in Saudi Arabia, and in 2014 she opened the kingdom’s first-ever all-woman law firm.

http://www.arabianbusiness.com/the-world-s-100-most-powerful-arab-women-541034.html?view=profile&itemid=540861

http://fortune.com/worlds-greatest-leaders/bayan-mahmoud-al-zahran-30/

http://www.barakabits.com/2014/04/finally-saudi-arabiafirst-female-licensed-attorney

307. Ahmed Merabet (Police Officer, France)

ahmed Merbet

Ahmed Merbet, a police officer in Paris, was killed in action confronting extremists who had attacked the Charlie Hebdo office in Paris.

http://www.businessinsider.com/ahmed-merabet-the-muslim-police-officer-killed-in-charlie-hebdo-shooting-2015-1

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/charlie-hebdo-muslim-police-officer-killed-in-paris-attack-commemorated-with-jesuisahmed-9966891.html

297. Haseeb Hosein (Captain, Boston Police)

Haseeb

As Boston police Captain Haseeb Hosein, a former science teacher and a firm believer in the power of reading, assumes leadership in Mattapan as the department’s first Muslim captain, he plans to have his officers walking not only the streets, but school hallways.

“I want my guys to go into the schools and spend 30 minutes and read” with a child, said Hosein, 52, who received his captain’s shield Wednesday in a ceremony at police headquarters. “I hate that police officers are always the bad guy. We should be an asset.”

http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2014/10/23/boston-police-department-first-muslim-captain-puts-priority-working-with-children/tTpzU3h2CYSkhIZGUSPtPK/story.html