Hamza Iqbal is a high school student, youth activist, and the co-founder of Millennials Against Violence. Mr.Iqbal is a 17 year old man who has memorized ‘The Holy Quran’ cover to cover. At age 15, he started a movement to raise awareness of domestic violence that began with a pledge ‘Millennials Against Domestic Violence’ on change.org. He has been invited as a youth to speak at charity events, interviewed on radio, and he leads pledges with audience members to stand against domestic violence. He has also participated in the Texas Muslim Women Foundation annual gala to raise awareness of domestic violence, and narrated a story of a child victim of domestic violence. He won the 2017 Youth Activist of the Year award from Texas Council on Family Violence and was presented with an award by Plano city Mayor Harry LaRosiliere.