We are happy to share the good news that one of Inkster’s employees is being honored in Falls Church, Virginia next month for the strides made and achieved.
Saif Alsenad, the Executive Assistant to Mayor Patrick Wimberly, has been selected as one of the “40 Under 40” class of 2022 Awardees by the Arab American Foundation. Nine judges from throughout the country reviewed the applicants and selected 40 applicants from a variety of fields and disciplines.
We’re all proud of you!
Saif Alsenad is an Arab American who was a Henry Ford College Alumnus enrolled in the Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement program, where he earned his associate degree. He then went to Madonna University and obtained a bachelor’s degree in Science (Major Criminal Justice Administration). Mr. Alsenad was a Court Officer for the 18th District Court, Judge Cicirelli’s courtroom. Saif then got hired by the Inkster Police Department and was later promoted to the position of Crime Scene Evidence Technician. With the position of an Evidence Technician, he collected and preserved evidence from multiple crime scenes. Alsenad was assigned to the Detective Bureau, Criminal Investigation Division. Mr. Alsenad assisted Michigan State Police and other law enforcement organizations in many criminal investigations within the city. When not at work, Saif would distribute food, deliver medical supplies, and volunteer inside and outside the community. From linking various community members seeking help to coordinating food bank distributions. Alsenad was appointed by Mayor Wimberly to serve as his Executive Director/Assistant. In this role, he conducts many administrative tasks, including department staff meetings, handling the mayor’s schedule, and acting as a liaison. Alsenad is the gatekeeper to the office.