About

Mission, Vision & Values

MISSION

We are dedicated to empowering the Canadian Muslim diaspora by identifying community stakeholder needs and providing a platform to advocate for an equitable society.

 

VISION 

To be regarded as the preferred Canadian Muslim advisory organization in all markets and product lines in which we do business. 

VALUES

Lifelong Learning

We see learning as more than professional development, but as a mindset and philosophy to help us constantly adapt, change and excel.

Authenticity

We celebrate character and genuineness. We expect, respect and welcome different opinions, modes of expression and diversity.

Shared Achievement

We believe success is a team sport. We care about results, but more importantly, we care how those results are achieved.

Freedom & Responsibility

We trust our team. We embrace the freedom of members to work non-traditional hours if needed, to work from home and exercise creativity in career goals and development.

Professionalism

Individually and as a team, we hold ourselves to the highest professional standards.

We demand the best of ourselves every day and in everything we do.

Meet our Team:

Tabassum Wyne

Executive Director

Tabassum Wyne is a social entrepreneur, an advocate for Canadian Muslims, a wife & mother of two. She helps individuals and organizations gain a cohesive understanding of Canadian Muslims, so they can work consistently and confidently towards achieving diversity in their business and profit goals.

Tabassum played a pivotal role in the 2019 Canadian federal election in the Town of Milton, Ontario. She provided her expertise about Canadian Muslims and viewed it as an opportunity to create a more equitable society for all. This experience has created a lasting relationship within the community and has demonstrated to be a priceless achievement.

She serves on the Halton District School Boards Human Rights & Equity Advisory Committee (HREAC) which functions to propose and respond to human rights and equity initiatives that support the HDSB focus on student achievement and well-being. Additionally, she serves on the McMaster Children’s Hospital Family Advisory Council, where she advises on improvements to patient care and also strives to ensure the Canadian Muslim community has the opportunity to have their voice heard.  Additionally, Tabassum serves on the Halton Coalition for the Prevention of Hate Crime.

Tabassum loves to cook and in 2020, she competed on Wall of Chefs on Food Network Canada, representing Milton, Ontario and the Muslim diaspora in Canada.

Azim Ahmed

Community Outreach & Stakeholder Relations

Azim is a communications professional, currently working with Metrolinx, Ontario’s transit agency. Originally from Calgary, Alberta, he resides in Milton with his wife and daughter. Azim is a big sports fan and has a passion for writing.

Azim can be contacted at: community@muslimadvisory.ca

Board of Directors

Nabeel Rahman  |  Amilah Baksh  |  

Advisors

 Mashal Zafar  |  Ibrahim Hussain 

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