The India Observer report
In a rare Indo-US collaboration Frank Islam, philanthropist entrepreneur, investor, financier, and a founder and CEO of QSS group donated to build Frank and Debbie Islam School of Management.
When laying the foundation stone of this world-class $2mn institute Islam had said in March 2016 that he is in AMU because of a common commitment and a shared belief with the rest of the AMU community.
In early Feb 2017, the Frank and Debbie Islam Management Institute was inaugurated – a promise fulfilled
In an interview, Islam assured the gathering that this Management Complex will one day become that tree and its branches will spread everywhere. This is a kind of university we can build and expand together and one day the students of this Management Complex will be future leaders.
Islam, a philanthropist who serves on many boards and advisory councils including the John F. Kennedy Center
for the Performing Arts, the Brookings Institution, the Woodrow Wilson Center, Johns Hopkins University, and George Mason University says that this is his contribution to his Alma Mater.
“The institute would especially target giving opportunities of growth women, rural youth minorities, and the disadvantaged youth of India,” he said.