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Dr. Noor Mobeen's family migrated to Houston, Texas, 55 years ago, almost six decades ago, hoping to achieve the “American Dream” and attain freedom. The phrase "American Dream" refers to the belief that anyone can achieve success and prosperity through hard work and determination, regardless of background or social status. It is a concept that has been deeply ingrained in the American psyche for centuries and has attracted millions of immigrants to the United States in search of a better life.
The concept of the “American Dream” was not just about financial success, but also about finding freedom. They were seeking a life free from the constraints of their homeland, where they could live and work without fear of persecution or discrimination. Houston, Texas, offered him the opportunity to start anew and build a life for themselves and their children.
Over the years, they have become an integral part of the Houston community, contributing to its growth and development of healthcare services to the rural communities of SW Houston. Their story is a testament to the American Dream's enduring power and the opportunities it can offer those willing to work hard and persevere.
Dr. Noor is a highly qualified candidate for the District 7 Congressional race, with extensive experience as an Elementary, Middle, and High School teacher and University Professor. He has dedicated his career to serving the students of Alief ISD, Houston ISD, and Katy ISD schools, particularly those from low-income and middle-class families.
Dr. Noor has served as a mentor for students for better career choices and attaining financial stability. He has also worked for organizations such as MHMR Mental Health and Mental Retardation, St. Joseph Regional Health System, Academy Sport and Outdoor Corporate Office, FMC Technologies, Shell, Exxon Mobile, British Petroleum, and First Service Residential Service, Dr. Noor has an impressive professional background. He has studied and earned three (3) higher education degrees from Texas A&M University, he continues to provide the 12th Man tradition of service in the United States and worldwide at prestigious institutions such as Texas A&M University, University of Houston, King Saud University, Quaid-e-Azam University, International University of Sarajevo, and many other international and local community colleges and universities.
Dr. Noor is passionate about empowering marginalized communities in Houston, including Alief, Sharpstown, Gulfton, and Katy areas. He aims to open small businesses, create entrepreneurship opportunities to generate employment, and help the local economy recover from the challenges of COVID-19 inflation. Dr. Noor has helped hundreds of adolescents and young adults in underserved areas of Houston by providing workforce commission/trade school opportunities to help them to secure high-paying jobs and reduce involvement in the criminal justice system. He has also started many youth initiatives programs, including entrepreneurship projects with the Alief community, and has helped many adolescent young adults in post-conflict countries uplift with the necessary skills and tools from the American Education K-12 education system.
Dr. Noor collaborates with numerous grassroots local nonprofit organizations to serve his beloved city of Houston, Texas, and make it a better place for all to live, work, and give back to the community. He has published on youth development, global education, and cultural diversity, with his work appearing in leading educational journals, Harvard reviews, and numerous university-press books.