Najah Bazzy is a Transcultural Nurse Clinical Specialist and a Diversity Specialist with 25 years specializing in the area of transcultural health care. She has an extensive background in critical care nursing with special expertise in Arab and Muslim health care, beliefs, and practices. She is CEO of Diversity Specialists and Transcultural Health Care Solutions. Mrs. Bazzy is also the Executive Director and founder of Zaman International, a Humanitarian Non Profit Organization which provides crucial services to many in the Metropolitan Detroit through its programs such as Bayt Al-Zahra Crisis Assistance and Refugee Resettlement , B.O.O.S.T. in Educational and Vocational Training for women, Mobile Food Pantry and Plots for Tots â€“ Infant Burial Assistance and Sips of Hope in an International Well project to bring safe drinking water to at risk populations. She is also one of the co - founders and senior advisor for the Young Muslim Association of the Islamic Center of America, focusing on the development of youth leaders and mentors. Najah Bazzy is well known locally and internationally for her lectures on many topics related to Islam, including interfaith dialogue, gender equity and equality, human rights, and medical ethics.