Dr. Mohamad Rajabally practices dentistry in Fremont, California, where he volunteers with Head Start to promote dental health. He is a lay leader within the local Islamic Community. Since 1995, he has served on the Fremont Human Relations Commission (HRC). As chair of the HRC, Dr. Rajabally helped lead Fremont’s first Unity Day in 1998, and played an important leadership role in interfaith rallies in 2000 to show community solidarity against acts of hate aimed at any racial/ethnic group after a high school and a synagogue were vandalized. After the 9/11 attacks on the United States, Dr. Rajabally helped to organize and spoke at community-wide events promoting community harmony and expressing solidarity against acts of terror. Dr. Rajabally currently participates in an interfaith/inter-ethnic committee to address the perceived threat of hateful acts against anyone, but with special concern for the Muslim and the Sikh people in the Tri-City Area.