LAWRENCEVILLE, GA (April 2021) – The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners announced the reappointment of Farooq Mughal to the Gwinnett County Community Outreach Board.
The newly elected board of directors voted to re-elected Mr. Mughal as the Chairman of the Board. Mr. Mughal is a strong supporter of community organizations and a past member of a variety of boards and commissions, including the FBI Citizens' Academy Alumni Association and Gwinnett County Transit Review Committee.
The Community Outreach Board supports the community outreach efforts of Gwinnett County by engaging diverse groups of community stakeholders (senior citizens, college students, ethnic groups, disabled persons, etc.) and advises and recommends to the Board of Commissioners additional community outreach initiatives.
Mr. Mughal is a graduate of Mercer University and recently named one of Atlanta’s 500 "The Most Powerful Business Leaders” by Atlanta Magazine. Mr. Mughal has been recognized through multiple awards and honors as a leader who has made significant strides in his public policy and government affairs career. He has been recognized as one of the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 40 Under 40 in Government and Politics, 100 Most Influential Muslim Americans in Georgia 2014 - Law & Political Section (2014), 25 Most Influential Asian-Americans in Georgia by “Georgia Asian Times” Magazine (2013) and Outstanding Georgia Citizen – Georgia Secretary of State (2012). Mr. Mughal has been covered in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Gwinnett Daily Post, Savannah Morning News, WJCL 22 News, The Korean Daily, and Khabar Magazine.
Farooq Mughal, managing partner of MS Global Partners, LLC focuses his practice on global public policy, economic development, and international trade negotiations. Mr. Mughal represents clients on legislative issues, government relations, real estate lobbying, financial services, global trade, and other legislative and related regulatory matters. Mr. Mughal has advised U.S. Congressmen, Governors, Mayors, and legislators on economic development policies, legislative priorities, international commerce, and state-federal policy matters.