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Texas Exes Asian Alumni Network » Alumni Spotlight, Awards » Shaarik “Rik” H. Zafar receives 2011 Outstanding Young Texas Exes Award

Shaarik “Rik” H. Zafar receives 2011 Outstanding Young Texas Exes Award

Zafar was born in Karachi, Pakistan and moved to Katy, TX with his family at a young age. He went on to attend The University of Texas at Austin, where he received a bachelor’s degree in Plan II in 1997 and a doctor of jurisprudence in 2000. After graduating, Zafar worked as a commercial litigator in Houston. He then joined the Civil Rights Division at the U.S. Department of Justice as Special Counsel for Post 9/11 National Origin Discrimination. From there, he went on to serve as a Senior Policy Advisor in the Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), where he advised senior officials on issues at the intersection of security and civil liberties and pioneered engagement efforts with ethnic and religious communities throughout the country.

After DHS, Zafar joined the National Counterterrorism Center as Deputy Chief of the Countering Violent Extremist Group, where he played a leading role in coordinating U.S. Government (USG) programmatic efforts to undermine terrorist narratives and deny international terrorists the next generation of recruits. At the White House, Zafar serves as the Director for Countering Violent Extremism at the Global Engagement Directorate of the National Security Staff, where he helps lead USG policy efforts to counter terrorist recruitment and radicalization, both in the United States and abroad.

Shaarik lives in Arlington, Virginia, with his wife, Aiysha, and their baby daughter, Sophia.

Written by Jennifer Wang

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