Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Ahad Anwar keeps getting kudos

Last week, I wrote a profile of Ahad Anwar, a Pakistani teen studying in Monterey High School. The young man is very dedicated to promoting a good image for his country, something that leaves most who met him with a good impression. If you miss the story, you can find it here.

It turns out, he's made good impressions even when he doesn't meet people personally. Scott Webb, a career advisor at MIIS, read the article and sent this anecdote:

"About a week ago my wife Andrea lost her driver's license around the edge of DLI at Pacific and Scott. We were going to report it, but Ahad sent the license and letter below.

"I thought you'd like to see it and know. He is a great example for his country and proof that there are good people everywhere."

Scott gave me permission to publish this, so there you have it. Ahad, thanks for being such a cool kid and such a fine human being.

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