Monday, September 18, 2017

David Sadd, former Executive Director of the National Association of Arab Americans (NAAA) from 1980-1988, was a tireless advocate of Arab American causes. He was a graduate of the US Naval Academy, George Washington University, and worked in the field of financial services and investment.

At NAAA, he was responsible for leading the organization in building strong relations with the US Administration and Congress, Arab governments and companies, and the larger Arab American community. In 1988, while at NAAA, David invited Peter J. Tanous and others at NAAA to set up the American Task Force for Lebanon (ATFL) to ensure that it the bilateral relationship would be supported.  David shepherded the ATFL until he left NAAA in 1990 and then joined other founding members to establish the ATFL as a...

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