Dr. Khalid has worked as a dentist in Staten Island since 1977. An active member of the Staten Island community, Dr. Khalid is President of the Iron Hill Civic Association of Staten Island and of the Pakistani Civic Association of Staten Island, and has been a member of the Land Use Committee of Staten Island Community Board 2 since 1998. He has also served since 2006 on the Board of Trustees for the Staten Island Children’s Museum and is the former Vice-Chairman of the Children's Campaign Fund of Staten Island. In 2003, Dr. Khalid served as a member of the New York City Charter Revision Commission, which reviewed the entire city charter, held hearings in all five boroughs to solicit public input, and issued recommendations to amend the charter to reflect New York City's constantly evolving economic, social and political environment. In 2009, Congressman Michael McMahon honored Dr. Khalid with the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Award. In 2004 Dr. Khalid was the recipient of the Pakistan League of America Community and Leadership Award and in 2003 received the Governor George E. Pataki Excellence Award for community service on behalf of New York State. In 2006, Governor George Pataki appointed Dr. Khalid to a six-year term on the New York State Minority Health Council. Dr. Khalid, a mayoral designee, has been on the board since March 2005. His term expires on July 5, 2014.
B.D.S., 1971, Khyber Medical College (Pakistan); D.D.S., 1976, New York University
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