Mujahid & Associates in Ann Arbor, Michigan was founded by H Daniel Mujahid in 2008. He is a retired staff executive of the Chrysler Corporation (now the FCA) and served as a marketing manager of the Chrysler Pavilion at the 1984 World's Fair Exposition in New Orleans, Louisiana. It was here where the minivan was first introduced as a production vehicle in the United States.
At Chrysler, Daniel was most noted for his “2nd Tier Minority Inclusion” Initiative, which was kicked off with a speech from Vice Chair Robert A. Lutz requiring all Chrysler 1st Tier suppliers to develop strategies for increasing utilization of products and services from minority vendors, contractors, and service providers.
Daniel earned an M.B.A. from Ross School of Business (University of Michigan) with an emphasis in Strategic Marketing. He also earned a B.S. degree in Agriculture and Natural Resources Administration from Michigan State University. As a student of the great visionary and leader Warith Deen Mohammed of Chicago, Illinois, Daniel became Detroit Representative for the Collective Purchasing Conference.
After the formation of Mujahid & Associates, he developed strategic relationships with diverse business leaders in education, government, and religion. These included lead consultancy positions in the following:
Daniel is married to Denise C. Barton, an Assistant Attorney General of the State of Michigan. They have two beautiful, educated daughters: Sarah and Mahasin.