Kasib Sabir ’03 Speaks to Boston Muslim Young Professionals (BYMP)

In June 2015, Kasib “Skip” Sabir ’03 sat down with Boston Muslim Young Professionals (BYMP) to talk about his advice for younger people, titles for his hypothetical memoir, and Islam’s influence on his life.

While at Nobles, he was a prolific visual artist and risk-taker in both Ceramics and AP Drawing classes. Sabir demonstrated elite speed and strength on both the football field and the basketball court. An M.C. by trade, he stirred hype for Milton Weekend by jumping onstage and freestyling at pep rallies.

After graduating from Nobles, Sabir studied early childhood education at the University of Delaware and history at U Mass Boston, where he received his degree. He is a case manager for the Boston Public Health Commission and is committed to serving the needs of disadvantaged youth and adults, including homeless, emancipated youth and special-needs populations.

 

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