Your Board Members

ISBCC is currently being managed administratively by MAS-Boston. As such, the board members of MAS-Boston are your board members!

 

Hassan El-Alami

Hassan El-Alami is the current board president of MAS Boston.  He is a Blood Bank Supervisor at South Shore Hospital. He received his Bachelors of Science at Kuwait University, and his Masters in Medical Technology at SUNY Buffalo in New York. He is currently a PhD candidate in Health Care Education at Simmons College, Boston. He is the Director of Al-Basha’er Islamic School and President  of Al-Huda Society. Hassan is also a frequent speaker on Spirituality and Social Responsibility at various mosques in the Boston area.

 

Hossam Al Jabri

Hossam Al Jabri holds a B.S. in Engineering, MS in CIS, MBA, and a certificate of nonprofit Strategic Management from Harvard. He is currently Chief Architect for devising Business Technology Strategy in the financial industry. Hossam is a frequent lecturer on topics including Christian-Muslim relations, Understanding Islam, Challenges facing Muslim Youth, and other faith-related topics.

 

Zahra Hailoul

Zahra Hailoul has studied Marketing and accounting and has worked as a Finance Account Specialist. Zahra is currently working in the Dental Field as an RDH ( Registered Dental Hygienist).  She is a member of the Board of Trustees, as well as a teacher, and mentor of the Youth Empowerment Programs at Al Huda Society, including her current role as MAS Board of Directors.

 

Selma Naidjate

Selma Naidjate has earned Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) from Northeastern University.  She works as a clinical pharmacist at Good Samaritan Medical Center.  Among her activities, she serves as the MAS Youth Director as well as the co-director of the OakTree Institute chapter in Boston.

 

Jennifer Trickett

Jennifer Trickett is a native of the Boston area and converted to Islam in December of 2006.  She holds a B.A. in International Relations from Boston University; an M.A. in Intercultural Relations from Lesley University; and is now working on an M.S.W. at Salem State University.  She currently works on providing home care services to Somerville and Cambridge elders after spending a substantial number of years in higher education administration.  She has served on the MAS Boston Tarbeyya Committee since June, 2011.

 

Yusufi Vali

Yusufi Vali has been the Executive Director of the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center since September 2012. The center serves over a 1300 congregants during Friday services and is the largest Islamic institution in the New England area. Previously, he was a community organizer with the Greater Boston Interfaith Organization, a chapter of the Industrial Areas Foundation. He also worked as a field organizer on the Obama campaign. Yusufi is a graduate of Princeton University, a Marshall Scholar, and a Fulbright Scholar.

 

Loay Assaf

Mr. Assaf is the chief operating officer at the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center (ISBCC). Prior to that, Mr. Assaf established and headed the development fund department at the ISBCC. He is also a member of the Muslim American Society’s National Executive Council. He established their national membership department and is currently leading it. Mr. Assaf sits on the board of the Boston chapter of the Muslim American Society and is a member of the MAS personal development committee.  A dedicated community volunteer, Mr. Assaf is a speaker at several mosques, Islamic centers and churches in the Greater Boston area. Mr. Assaf has a degree in electrical engineering, a project management professional (PMP) certificate and a certificate in nonprofit management and leadership from Boston University.

 

Asma Shaqrah

Asma Shaqrah obtained her bachelor degree in Arabic literacy from the University of Jordan, and her Master degree in Education from the American International Collage. She is currently a Quran teacher and Tarbeyah (personal development) director at the Islamic Academy of New England. Asma is currently heading the Tarbeyah Committee at MAS Boston.

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