Sabah Mikha laid the foundation for his career in financial services at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he gained expertise through a combination of hands-on experience and relevant coursework. Sabah is a business economics major who achieved Dean’s Honors for his academic performance, he chose to enhance his studies with a role at Washington Mutual Bank. For nearly two years, he maintained his commitments as a full-time student with his role as Operations Supervisor at Washington Mutual’s Santa Barbara branch, where he managed a team of financial representatives and tellers, ensured compliance with bank policies and federal regulations, and audited crucial documents.
Besides fulfilling his myriad professional duties as a financial professional, Sabah Mikha, a Los Angeles resident, performs a wide range of charitable acts and supports a number of worthy causes that benefit the underprivileged locally and internationally. Sabah Mikha regularly contributes to Habitat for Humanity International, an organization that dedicates its resources to building safe, decent, and affordable housing for low-income families. He also participates in a number of outfits that benefit cancer research, such as Susan G. Komen for the Cure and the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance, an organization that advocates for US women with ovarian cancer and seeks to increase funding for research into the areas of life-saving treatments, improved health care and early detection tests. Sabah Mikha actively participates in the Cedars-Sinai Women’s Cancer Program at the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute and completed its 5K Run & Friendship Walk on November 13, 2011 to raise funds for ovarian cancer awareness and research. In the prior year Sabah Mikha’s team raised over $3,000.