He works as the Director of Technology in a local software firm, managing multiple federal projects.
He holds a doctorate degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Manchester and also teaches at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Before he became Council member, he served as a four-term Secretary of the North College Park Citizens Association (NCPCA).
He is the co-founder of the College Park Day event, where he worked with community groups and local schools.
Kabir enjoys helping with community projects. He helped organized several Hollywood neighborhood cleanup events with 50+ volunteers for the past five years, the City’s first winter clothing drive, the Committee for Better Environment’s tree planting event, “National Night Out” and winter snow shoveling projects.
Kabir has led the effort and worked with a group of residents to establish the Hollywood Farmers Market in north College Park. Additionally, he has worked to improve pedestrian safety through the Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFB’s) along Rhode Island Avenue.
Kabir has written a daily community blog at KabirCares.org for over 2200 days consistently covering news and commentaries about north College Park.
His accomplishments also include a safety camera at Davis Field Park, license plate readers (LPR) in Hollywood, and a new concessions building at Duvall Field and an internship program for community service. He has worked at city’s Aging-in-Place task force to explore ways helping senior residents remain in their own homes in our community as they age.
[The views and opinions expressed in this blog are those of Fazlul’s alone and not necessarily are those of City of College Park, or any other organization that Fazlul is officially affiliated with]