Board of Directors

MSS is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. The Board provides strategic leadership and guidance in line with the vision, mission and values of MSS.

Founding Director: Idrisa Pandit

Idrisa founded Muslim Social Services in January of 2007. She is passionate about community development, social, and gender justice. She is an Associate Professor and Director of Studies in Islam program at the University of Waterloo.

 

 

 

Sue Hummel

Sue graduated from the University of Waterloo and remained an active member of the Waterloo Region community through involvement with the Forest Hill United Church as an Outreach Coordinator, the Tri-Faith Sponsorship group, children’s art programs through community partnerships and volunteering with the Chandler Mowat Community Centre. She is a caseworker with the social services department of the Region of Waterloo and is currently working on a pilot project with them to create a community presence for caseworkers and Region staff as a way to integrate services and meet people where they are at. She offers employment support and weekly food distribution support at Chandler Mowat as well. Sue is passionate about building bridges and developing a strong sense of community regardless of race or religion.

 

 Malika Ismaili 

Has a Bachelors degree in Education, Child Development and Psychology and has a diploma in Writing for Children and Teenagers. She has worked with Hamilton- Wentworth District School Board as an Occasional teacher and as a Supply Educational Assistant. She has also done Volunteer work with Kids Ability Center for Child Development and the Abraham Erb Public School. She started with Muslim Social Services as a volunteer and helped with fundraising before joining the Board of Directors

 

Mahmud Shiblee

Is a Chartered Professional Accountant currently working with a public
limited company as a Financial Analyst in the region of Waterloo. He is also
a volunteer Resource Committee member to the Board of Directors at the
Cambridge Memorial Hospital. Prior to these roles, he was a
senior budget officer with a large international non-profit organization in
the field of health research.He is a listed facilitator with CPA Ontario
and enjoys teaching/tutoring. He likes serving the community, so the community
can serve the nation at their best potential and the nation becomes stronger.

 

 Raas Siddiqui

Is currently working for Carizon in Kitchener under the Pathways to
Education program, which supports youth with their social and academic
needs when they are in high school. He  graduated with a Bachelor of
Science and a Bachelor of Education from Western University. His interests lay in seeing how systems impact marginalized communities, and learning about STEAM education. He hopes to work within the education system, and empower youth to help bring about change in their communities.