Dr. Maqsood Chaudhry, DDS, has been a practicing dentist in Northern Virginia, where he owns and operates six dental clinics.
He serves on the board of a non-profit free health clinic and has hosted dental health fairs at his own clinics for people without health insurance.
Dr. Chaudhry contributes to and participates in many community and Interfaith activities in Northern Virginia and across the Greater Washington area.
As founder, trustee and past president of the McLean Islamic Center (MIC), he has arranged numerous Muslim-Jewish twinning activities, bringing together the members of MIC and Temple Rodef Shalom in Falls Church, VA. For that effort, widely hailed as one of the most successful synagogue-mosque relationships anywhere in the United States, Dr. Chaudhry and Rabbi Jeffery Saxe of Temple Rodef Shalom received the prestigious Interfaith Bridge Builders Award from the Interfaith Conference of Metropolitan Washington.
The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia commended Dr. Chaudhry for his work in interfaith relations and for receiving the Bridge Builders Award.