Dr. Khalilah Comacho-Ali
Presented with the 2022 Lifetime Achievement Award
Congratulations to DR. KHALILAH COMACHO-ALI for receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award at our 2022 Be Great! Humanitarian Awards.
Dr. Khalilah (Founder of Dr. Ali’s Global Foundation) is a true Renaissance woman of the 21st century, one of the world’s most popular Muslim Women in the world, and she fights as a New Millennium Civil Rights Activist. Khalilah is the former wife of the legendary Muhammad Ali, a devoted mother of 6 children and 10 grandchildren. She is an accomplished aviator, motivational speaker, spiritual leader, educator, author, actor, journalist, 9th-degree black belt (trained by Bruce Lee), producer, book publisher, brand ambassador, talent promoter, businesswoman and much more.
As a philanthropist, Dr. Ali has dedicated her life to humanitarian efforts for over 55 years, since she was 17 years old. Khalilah’s humanitarian and philanthropic objectives to society include uplifting family life, educating our children and restoring strong values by inspiring women and children to strive towards their potential, protecting the environment and promoting inner city/world peace and development. Utilizing her life experiences, Dr. Khalilah guides our children on how to develop proper values and good character for all mankind including self-esteem, self-preservation, education, family, religious and spiritual obligations, and motherland. She fights for mothers’ rights and encourages strong motherhood values to help make the world a better place for her family and your family. These concerns are rooted in the monotheistic faith and that lays a foundation of hope, sincere love, recognition of potential and real progress for all descendants of Adam.
Today, Khalilah enjoys her role as a public figure promoting good values, charitable causes and messages of faith and unity. She is working on a children’s book titled “Color To Learn”, continues to raise money & awareness for various causes, and serves on the board of multiple organizations - including Fly Compton Aero Club and Bronze Kingdom Museum.