It is with a deep sense of duty and trust of my fellow sisters that I assume the responsibility as President of ICNA Sisters USA.
The collective effort of Pleasing Allah (SWT) cannot be achieved until we all become one body and strive in His path. I am confident to have full support of every sister to continue this work and take it to the next level, In shaa Allah.
I would also like to briefly introduce myself: I live in the northern suburbs of Boston, MA.
I currently serve as the Muslim Advisor and Spiritual Counselor at Simmons University, Boston, MA.I am the first batch graduate of Fehm ul Qur'an class, and Online Islamic Institute for Women (OIIW).
I have 4 children, 2 teens and 2 young adults. الحمد لله رب العالمين
By the will of Allah (SWT) I will strive to be the best version of myself so that I may help inculcate ICNA Sisters to reach their highest potential and continue to be role models for their families and communities, In shaa Allah.
With these high expectations I urge everyone to push themselves one step further and reach new heights, challenge themselves, read more and learn something new, apply it in their life, and share it with those around them. As we are in the midst of this very long Pandemic, while fighting its challenges, we must not lose connection with the time rather equip ourselves with a constant reminder and use every moment to increase and strengthen our movement, our spirituality, and our connection with Allah (SWT).
May Allah (SWT) make us from those who achieve deep sincerity and conduct all affairs for His sake. Always remember our highest purpose and let that motivate us to reach Jannat ul Firdous ul a’la. آمين يارب العالمين