Saleem Dotani is a current senior at the Oklahoma State University, Stillwater campus who is studying Chemical Engineering and History. He hopes to continue with a Masters in Public Policy program and graduate to law school. Dotani’s hope is to be a leader in the public forum, and help lead his community and nation to a better future for all. Being of Pakistani descent he has seen what can happen from misinformation, fear, and passion. To counter this, he hopes to use his own experiences and passion to stand up and directly work with all sides of the community to better Oklahoma as a whole. Saleem currently is working in the Officer Program for the U.S. Marine Corps. With the lessons of conduct, discipline, and his 14 points of leadership traits he hopes to lead the charge against injustice to help those who cannot fight it themselves.
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