Muhammad Abdullah Is an Islamic study graduate with extensive experience of serving and leading the Muslim community at grass roots level. He was the Chairman of the historical first purpose-built Mosque in the United Kingdom. Recently his expertise has been focused on the creation, facilitation and modernisation of children’s Islamic education within the culturally diverse city of Birmingham.
Sahiba is a diversity and inclusion specialist, using her research on Muslim communities in physical education, physical activity and sport as her base for developing initiatives for the MSF. Through her studies, Sahiba has focused on the impact of policies and practices that exist within the education and sport sectors and has identified various interventions towards addressing the inclusion of ethnically diverse communities, more specifically for Muslim communities across the nation. Sahiba works closely on the implementation of female services here at the MSF.
Amaan is a third-year university student at Royal Holloway, University of London. He is actively involved with Beyond Margins, an organisation responsible for improving diversity and inclusion within the UK. Amaan has joined the Muslim Sports Foundation as a development officer for the south region.
Hafsa Rehman is a former radio presenter and spoken word poetry artist who has performed at several events across the UK. She also writes and creates her very own spoken word poetry videos and has a passion for voice-over/editing & Graphic Design. Hafsa has recently formed a ‘Browngirlsrhyme’ poetry, Art & expression project for girls of Black, Asian Ethnic Minority backgrounds. Hafsa hopes to generate the platform, showcasing the fantastic work from grassroots individuals/role models in the community.