Safiyah Abdul Khaaliq, founder
and CEO of Essential Living for Muslim
Women, Inc. Embraced Al Islam in Aug of 1978 in Philadelphia.
Married with five children. A student of the classical Arabic
language and Al Qur'an. Presently teaching Classical Arabic Language
in home schools, after school programs and at Masjid An Nur. Committed
and dedicated to the education, empowerment and advancement of
Muslim women worldwide.
Stephens, President of Essential Living for Muslim Women,
Inc. is a Muslim, wife, mother, grandmother, teacher and businesswoman.
Was blessed with the consciousness and understanding to accept
the way of life of Islam in 1996 and has been a passionate
student of The Qur'an and of the language of Arabic since
that time. She is currently managing East Metro Wellness Center,
LLC with her husband as well as working with Essential Living
for Muslim Women, Inc. She is committed to both projects and
considers them among the most important works she's ever done.
Blessed be He in Whose hands is Dominion
and He Over all things Has power.
He who created Death and Life that He May try which of you
is best in deed. And He is the Exalted in Might Oft Forgiving
Saboor, Vice President of Essential Living for Muslim
Women, Inc. is the mother of three girls and grandmother of
4 boys and 1 girl. She converted to Al-Islam in 1973, since
has been on the path of pleasing her Lord, Allah, she has
made the journey to Mecca twice for the Hajj. Hanunah is a
servant of Allah that is truly striving for His pleasures
and doing her best in pleasing her Lord by being a student
of AL-Qur'an and propagating His words, and accepting the
challenges He gives to her in everyday life. She has worked
with Essential Living 4 Muslim Women, Inc for a number of
years and it has been a pleasure and a challenge because the
more you do the more is required, she states "as Muslim
women we have a huge requirement or challenge, and that is
to teach the world the words of Allah"
Aisha Hasan serves as the Health
Chair for Essential Living for Muslim Women. She is a Women's
Health Nurse Practitioner and the coordinator for her hospital's
Breast and Cervical Cancer Program, which provides free screening
and diagnostic tests for women without health insurance. Her passion
is to empower women to take an active role in their health through
education and access to health care services. Aisha took her shahadah
as a college student and feels that being a Muslim is a mercy
and blessing from Allah.