Zeki Salah has experience working with diverse community organizations on a range of cultural and educational projects. He is passionate about building partnerships between different communities through education. Zeki has taught English to adult learners in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and to children in Lukang, Taiwan through the Fulbright Program. He has also coordinated professional exchanges through the International Leadership Visitors Program in his hometown of New Orleans. In addition to his work at the Goldin Institute, Zeki also works with DePaul University’s Critical Ethnic Studies Department to help community based organizations create professional development programs in Identity, Intersectionality, and Social Justice.