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Mosaic Foundation

Mosaic Foundation is an American non-profit charitable and educational organization founded in 1997 by the spouses of Arab Ambassadors to the United States. The foundation is dedicated to improving the lives of women and children while fostering a deeper understanding of the Arab world in the United States.




  • Lena Alhusseini, Executive Director, Arab American Family Support Center (AAFSC)
  • Celine Taminian, Assistant Director, Arab American National Museum
  • Anisa Sahoubah, Youth and Education Department Operations Manager, ACCESS: Arab Community Center for Economic & Social Services
  • David Andrews, Professor, College of Education and Human Ecology, Ohio State University
  • Janis Jensen, Director Department of Education, State of New Jersey
  • Zahara Al-Attar, Arabic teacher, Kalona Elementary School, Iowa



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Sesame Workshop is the nonprofit educational organization that changed television forever with the legendary Sesame Street. As the single largest informal educator of young children, local Sesame Street programs produced in countries as diverse as South Africa, Bangladesh and India are making a difference in over 120 nations. Using proprietary research to create engaging and enriching content, Sesame Workshop produces programs such as Dragon Tales and Pinky Dinky Doo. In addition, multimedia needs-driven initiatives provide families tools for addressing such issues as children's health, military deployment and emergency preparedness. As a nonprofit, product proceeds and philanthropic donations support Sesame Workshop's educational research and creative content for children around the world. Learn more at