Khadidja is a Product Manager by day and fundraising assistant for Rabata as well. She’s the Co-Founder of Muslim Women in Tech and shares her passion for creating spaces for women. Tune in to learn more.
Shireen Zaman shares more about the work at Proteus Fund and how they’ve prioritized supporting Middle Eastern and South Asian Communities through their grantmaking in local and regional communities across the country. The RISE Together Fund provides not only financial help but also capacity building trainings to help nonprofits continue to grow and have the resources they need to fulfill their missions.
Zafar Awan, Chairman of the Board, shares about his involvement with the Muslim American Social Services Clinic in Jacksonville, FL. Learn more about their services to the community and how they grew from a trailer to now a full service clinic.
Margari Hill, Co-Founder of Muslim Anti Racism Collaborative shares her journey through starting the organization with Namira Islam and how they have grown over the years. Listen through the challenges they help leaders and nonprofits navigate through to build a more equitable society.
Ahmed started with a vision in 1974 and has been working each day to realize it. Listen in on his over 30 year history at Islamic Society of North America and his work now at the Sterling Charitable Gift Fund.
Aymann shares about his background and journey to working at Slate. You may know him from his series, ‘Who’s Afraid of Aymann Ismail?’ We talk about representation, telling authentic stories, and some causes he’s passionate about.
Anwar Khan, Founder of OBAT Helpers shares about his journey in helping people in Bangladesh, where his family was from, and what it means to him in helping break the cycle of poverty. What started out as a mission to adopt a family became a multi million dollar operation.
Ayaan is a 6th grader who volunteers and raises money for different causes through Action Aid & Direct Relief, two causes he’s learned about through family friends. Tune in to hear more about his role models and the work he’s doing.
Dr. Hossam Fadel, and his son Mohammad, share the work they and Dr. Hossam’s wife, Dr. Skina Fadel, along with their other son Ayman Fadel, have done with the Fadel Educational Foundation.
They’ve provided over $1.6 million in scholarships since 1998 and have endowed their foundation through their will, insurance policies, and estate planning. Learn more about the Fadel Education Foundation!
Abbas Mohamed, shares more on why he started Gathering All Muslim Artists and how it’s grown to three chapters across the country in Detroit, New York, and the San Francisco Bay Area. Learn more about his interest in bees and being a Halal foodie advocate.