Dr. Kader is the founder of Paltech, a government contracting firm specializing in training, instructional systems, and program management. With more than two hundred full-time employees, Paltech provides reliable e-learning services to various US government agencies, including the Department of State, Department of Defense, Department of Health and Human Services, US Agency for International Development, and US Coast Guard. He is active in international affairs and previously served as the executive director of two non-governmental organizations in Washington DC: United Palestinian Appeal (humanitarian) and the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (civil rights). He served as a member of the US Delegation, observing and monitoring democratic elections in Morocco, Yemen, Indonesia, Palestine, Pakistan, and Afghanistan. He has provided expert commentary to news organizations (BBC, Washington Post, CNN) and teaches an annual foreign policy seminar on unfolding political and international development issues. In 2004, he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Humanities by Weber State University.