Radio Personality Mumtaz Haque Appointed to Michigan’s Advisory Council for Asian and Pacific American Affairs

October 25, 2007 by  

The governor’s office of the State of Michigan has announced that radio announcer Mumtaz Haque, who appears on 1460AM, has been appointed to the Advisory Council for Asian and Pacific American Affairs.

Mumtaz P. Haque of Troy, producer and host of Manoranjan Radio Show, is appointed for a term expiring April 30, 2011. She succeeds Amy K. Stillman whose term has expired.

The Advisory Council for Asian and Pacific American Affairs is charged with serving in an advisory capacity to the governor and alerting her to pertinent issues within the Asian and Pacific American community. It also makes recommendations about programs and policies for the betterment of Asian and Pacific Islanders in Michigan and helps to promote public awareness of Asian and Pacific American culture and accomplishments.

To tune into Ms. Haque’s radio program, which includes interviews with prominent personalities which have included Governor Jennifer Granholm. She has a two-hour show with impressive content. Tune into 1460AM from 9 AM – 11 AM every Sunday.


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