Ali Leadership Institute Announces New South Jersey Chapter and Search for Aspiring Young Leaders

Moorestown, NJ – 4.1.2024 – The Ali Leadership Institute (ALI), a beacon of leadership and community development, is thrilled to announce the establishment of its new chapter in South Jersey, in collaboration with Quinton Law, Deputy Mayor of Moorestown. This expansion is not just a step towards nurturing local talent but also an exciting professional development opportunity for young individuals in the region.

The Institute is actively seeking 10 dynamic students aged 16 to 22 to join the inaugural cohort of its South Jersey chapter. Selected participants will receive a $400 stipend and a micro-grant to fund a community-based project. This initiative is designed to foster leadership skills and enable students to make a tangible impact in their communities.

To be eligible for this unique program, candidates must commit to attending eight sessions, held from 10 am to 2 pm on Sundays in June and July. These sessions are crafted to equip young leaders with the tools and knowledge necessary to drive positive change and innovation within their communities.

Deputy Mayor Quinton Law remarked, “This partnership will empower South Jersey youth to become civically engaged leaders in their communities. We are looking for individuals who are passionate about leadership and committed to community service.”

The ALI’s mission is to train the next generation of activists, organizers, and grassroots leaders. With a focus on critical thinking, ethical decision-making, and civic engagement, the South Jersey chapter aims to extend ALI’s legacy of inspiring and developing competent leaders.

“We are excited to bring our leadership programs to South Jersey and collaborate with Deputy Mayor Law,” said Mussab Ali, chairman of the Ali Leadership Institute. “Our search for 10 young leaders is the first step towards building a stronger community and fostering a culture of proactive leadership.”

Interested candidates and community members are invited to attend and learn more about the program and application process. For additional details about the Ali Leadership Institute and the new South Jersey chapter, including how to apply for the young leaders program, please visit

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