Questions and Lunch Sign Up for Hussain Aga Khan ’92 Visit – April 19, 2023

Next week, we are excited to welcome Hussain Aga Khan ’92 back to Deerfield! By now, you have seen his beautiful images around campus, and we are delighted to have him back on campus in person in honor of Earth Week!

In advance of his visit, we encourage you to watch one or both of the following speeches Clarion Call and/or The Seas of My Youth.

At school meeting on April 19th, Hussain Aga Khan ’92 will participate in a Q & A facilitated by Megan Ng ’23. Please submit any questions that you have for Mr. Aga Khan in advance using the form below. There will also be an opportunity for a select group of students to eat lunch with  Mr. Aga Khan on Wednesday, April 19, from 12:30-1:30. Please submit any questions or interest in lunch with Mr. Aga Khan by noon on Friday, April, 14.


Hussain Aga Khan was born on 10 April 1974, in Geneva, Switzerland. He received his secondary education at Deerfield Academy, Massachusetts, and graduated from Williams College, Massachusetts, with a dual degree in theatre and French literature. In 2004, he received a Master of International Affairs degree from Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs. At Columbia, Mr. Aga Khan’s main area of study was Economic and Political Development with a regional focus on the Middle East and North Africa.

He is Chair of the Board of the Aga Khan Agency for Habitat, focusing mainly on disaster risk reduction and emergency management in Central Asia, Pakistan and India. He also serves on the board of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC), and sits on the AKDN Committee, the oversight body of the Aga Khan Development Network. Involvement with the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) has centered on the management of the Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan Fund for the Environment. More recently, Mr. Aga Khan joined his brother, Prince Rahim, and key directors of AKDN agencies as a member of the Environment and Climate Committee (ECC) in order to work on environmental issues and the impact of climate change in some of AKDN’s priority countries.

His photographic exhibitions, shown internationally, aim to raise awareness, inspire admiration for wildlife and therefore the desire to protect it.

You can find out more about his work at