Muhammad Babar is a physician who practices internal medicine and geriatric medicine. He is a local interfaith and peace advocate who strives to bring people together by breaking down human-made barriers. In addition to his service on the board of the Center for Interfaith Relations, he is president of the Muslim Americans for Compassion and serves as president of Doctors for Healthy Communities – a nonprofit organization that advocates for healthy lifestyles of Louisville’s citizens. He is also a board member of the Fund for the Arts, Louisville Public Media, Louisville Downtown Rotary Club, Metro United Way and member of board of governors Speed Art Museum.