Meet The Committee
Elected to serve Muslim students across the UK & Ireland, our National Executive Committee works hard to ensure you get the best support all year around. Made up of a diverse range of students, they are the cream of the crop who are all enthusiasts for change.
Vice President Higher Education
AbdulRahman Mahamoud is currently the FOSIS VP Higher Education (HE). He graduated from the University of East London with a degree in engineering and was the ISoc President at UEL. Soon after, he joined the FOSIS London team as a FOSIS rep being assigned a number of ISocs to work with. Proceeding this, he joined the HE team in FOSIS as a Project Officer, supporting with the different strands of work going on. In his current FOSIS role, the departmental aim is to continue supporting and strengthening regional teams across the nation to develop and support their ISocs.
Vice President Further Education
Vice President Student Affairs
Head of student engagement
June is a PhD student and has been involved with her ISoc and FOSIS for many years as she has a great passion in helping to develop Muslim students in an important stage of their life (whilst they are at university). As national General Secretary she oversees the whole of FOSIS, making sure there is effective communication across the organisation and that things get done! In the very little spare time she does have she enjoys reading and running to keep healthy!
Tajwar Choudhury is a PhD student in Machine Learning at the University of Southampton, where prior to becoming the South Chair on the NEC he was President of the ISoc for two years. His main focus within ISoc was to establish solid and consistent tarbeeyah for the students. He wishes to support ISocs with providing tarbeeyah such that their members will leave university better equipped to lead their communities. In his free time he enjoys keeping fit and working on his car.
Wales & West Chair
Abdullah is currently training to become an architect at the University of Bath. With experience in his ISoc committee as well as in the previous regional team, Abdullah hopes that his term as Chair can see renewed bonds and returned vibrancy into a region with a lot of potential. As an amateur artist, he often comes across as unnecessarily abstract or indirect, and so if you catch him, don’t be afraid to let him know!
Yousra is a Biomedical Sciences student at the University of Glasgow. Previously vice-sister of FOSIS Scotland and the current Chair. Her role includes representing the Scottish region on the NEC, empowering Muslim students in Scotland and leading the regional team. FOSIS was a part of her life from a very young age, and she is looking forward to the opportunity to give something back. Her interests include hiking, philosophy and cats!
Najim is in his third year of Biotechnology at Dublin City University. He has gained valuable experience as Vice chair of his ISoc at DCU and wanting to help more Muslim Students decided to join FOSIS. He is also part of the newly founded Charity Week team in Ireland as an enthusiastic Ambassador, enjoys gaming, football and basketball. Feeling inspired, Najim is passionate to support all the ISocs around Ireland while learning and growing from everyone he has the pleasure of working with.