Altaf Siddiqui has been a part of Denver Muslim community for a long time and has been actively involved with the community for many years. Altaf has been a board member of Crescent View Academy (CVA) and Colorado Muslim Society (CMS) Education Committee. Altaf has also been a Muslim Boy scouts Leader, has organized Carnivals for CVA students and teacher’s training program as well. For the last few years, he has organized community camping trips to encourage youth and family participation. Altaf is the President of Southeast Aurora Islamic Center.
Moin Madraswala hails from Karachi, Pakistan but moved to the US in 1988. Moin has been living in the Beautiful Colorado for many years. Moin is an Electrical Engineer by profession and a deeply passionate and successful entrepreneur. He lives in South East Aurora with his wife and 2 boys. Moin is currently serving on the board as a Treasurer.
Hassan Aslam is an active member of the community and is passionate about bringing the community together. Originally from Lahore, Pakistan, Hassan has been living in Aurora, CO, along with his wife and three kids since 2010. He works in the IT Industry as a Data Management Professional. Hassan is serving the board as the Secretary.
Tariq Shahid has been living in Denver since 1972. He received Masters in Public Administration from the University of Colorado and worked for the US Government for over 30 years. He is one of the respected leaders of our community. He Served as President of Pakistan Cultural Association as well as served as President of Colorado Muslim Society. However, his favorite time is what he gets to spend with the beautiful grand kids.
Raana Jeelani is an experienced IT professional with over two decades of experience across industries specializing in data warehousing and business intelligence. In her current role, she leads a team of solution consultants with focus on services industry. Raana lives in Aurora CO with her family for the last 20 years. She has been involved in multiple initiatives focused on betterment of women and community.
Janice Rhyne has a Masters in Nonprofit Management and has focused her career for over 20 years on the development and sustainability of local nonprofits, focusing on Muslim communities, victims of crime from all walks of life, and supporting organizations who focus on alternative methods of healing and wellbeing. She was the cofounder of Muslim Women’s Association in 1997, currently named Muslim Family Services of Colorado. She currently is an independent consultant for nonprofits in their start up phase as well as consulting for established nonprofits who want to develop social enterprises to further support their financial foundation.