THE IHSAN PROJECT

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OUR MISSION

Our mission is to bring together young Muslims and cultivate a community that nurtures excellence

To create a community of young Muslims that pushes us to become the best version of ourselves


Our programs will be approachable and welcoming to all Muslim youth regardless race, sex, ethnicity, local institution, or religiosity

If people feel comfortable coming to the program as they are, and leave the program describing it as memorable and inspirational, we’ve succeeded

 

STRUCTURE

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ADMINS

Admins oversee the general needs and vision of the organization, manages timelines and logistics, and coordinate with external institutions like the masjid for facility and funds

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PODCAST

Responsible for choosing monthly guests and coordinating all things that impact the quality of the podcast session

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SETUP

Responsible for setting up on site and for creating the right atmosphere

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FOOD

Responsible for acquiring the food and managing any food or drinks prepared on site

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ADVERTISING

Responsible for the branding of the program and maintaining our virtual presence. This committee also coordinates with other institutions we're working hand in hand with

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AV/TECH

Responsible for setting up all the tech necessary for the podcast, recording, and streaming

PREVIOUS GUESTS

JAN 15 2022

FEB 26 2022

MAR 26 2022

FARIS RAHMAN from Columbus, Ohio graduated from Ohio State University in spring of 2021 with his degree in Computer Science & Engineering. He is currently studying at Harvard Law School where he hopes to specialize in cyberlaw and constitutional law. In his free time he enjoys playing video games and daydreaming about fancy cars

JENNA ALBEZREH from Dayton, Ohio is a student at Harvard studying Human Developmental Biology with a planned secondary in Economics. Her recognitions include having been a Dayton Mayors Fellow, working with the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, the Executive Office of the President, and the Malcolm Weiner Center for Social Policy. On campus Jenna is a member of the institute of Politics, the co-Director of the Harvard interfaith forum and the co-president of Harvard Islamic Society. In her free time you can find Jenna hiking or drinking ginger tea

WHITNEY SIDDIQI from Cincinnati, Ohio is the Outreach and Government Affairs Director at CAIR-Ohio. She holds a master's degree in public administration and a bachelor's in strategic communication from the University of Kentucky. Whitney has seven years of experience in public institution and nonprofit work. Before CAIR-Ohio, she served as Communications Manager for a Cincinnati nonprofit and also worked in higher education public relations at the University of Kentucky. At CAIR-Ohio, Whitney works toward protecting civil rights and empowering Muslims through community relations, government affairs, and public relations. She also works in organizing, educating, and engaging the Muslim community around important issues and causes

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