Nadia Janjua moved to Tulsa in 2011 with her husband and three children. She was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri and has also lived in Karachi, Pakistan for some years. She is a practicing primary care physician with a specialty in Integrative Medicine. She is currently a commissioner on the Mayor’s Commission on the Status of Women, has served as Muslim chair in the OCCJ Jewish, Christian, Muslim study group, and has been actively involved in interfaith events in her community.
- Balancing Privacy and Security: The Reality of ALPR Use in Metropolitan Oklahoma
- Guest Column: Oklahoma’s Muslim community persisting despite Islamophobia
- CAIR-OK Highlights Growth of Muslim Community, Ongoing Islamophobia in New Guide
- College of Arts and Sciences welcomes Afghan refugees
- Why does #MyMuslimVote Matter?
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