Empowerment through Etiquette
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Mary Stewart recently retired from a 42 year career at the University of Michigan where she was an integral force in shaping and creating leaders from the underserved community at Michigan. She is dedicated to helping people as much as she can, and opening as many doors as possible for others.
Roohee Marshall has worked in the volunteer world for decades, and is passionate about improving relationships between local, national and international initiatives to make a greater impact. She is a Health Ambassador for middle school students, active in the learning of holistic wellness and every day health.
Sudani has demonstrated success in special events planning, donor relations, fundraising and creative promotions in non-profit, municipal and corporate settings. She supports causes related to Human Rights,Politics, Arts and Culture, Education, Environment and Childrens Organizations.
Along with a successful career on-screen, in magazines, commercials and in ads, Actor and Model Maryam Basir is the founder of NOiR. She has longed to fulfill a deeper mission in life, aimed toward helping the world and its inhabitants become better people. NOiR has raised thousands of dollars toward Children's Literacy, The Boys and Girls Clubs, The WIN Network and other underserved communities and members of society. Maryam recently set out to build something greater, and created NOiR Diamonds Etiquette School to empower young girls.