Anwar Khan is an entrepreneur, IT visionary, professor, philanthropist and motivational speaker. Empowering clients with peace of mind through Information Technology. The Washington D.C. native started his first IT consulting business in 2000 named Pi Systems. Mr. Khan also served on the board for African United States Partnership Fund as an IT director of the organization to help drive their IT initiatives in various parts of Africa. He currently serves on the board of directors for The Village School in Baltimore, Maryland. Mr. Khan is currently an adjunct professor at Community College of Baltimore County and Howard Community College. For CCBC, he has taught job readiness, financial literacy, computer literacy, mathematics, Arabic language and culture. At Howard Community College, he is teaching The Internet and the Digital Age. Mr. Khan is the Chief in Tech and IT visionary for Khandelabra, Inc since it's inception in May 2008. With 14 years IT experience, Mr. Khan acts as a virtual Chief Information Officer to many SMBs in the DMV area, assisting with strategizing firms' IT in order to reduce TCO while simultaneously increasing a firms' ROI. Mr. Khan also is a firm believer in health and wellness and works in conjunction with advocates in the DMV to convey the health and awareness movement. Mr. Khan loves to play soccer, exercise, and photography. The newly acclaimed husband and soon-to-be father calls Germantown, Maryland his home.