NWICC is organized exclusively for Islamic educational, religious, charitable, and social activities.
All assets of NWICC are to be used for religious and social purposes documented in the by-laws.
All its activities shall be in accordance with the Quran, authentic Sunnah, laws of the State of Minnesota, and the laws of The United States of America.
The aim and purpose of NWICC are to serve the best interest of Muslims of Minnesota, particularly the Muslims living in the West and Northwest Metropolitan Areas (Plymouth/Maple Grove and its neighboring communities).
Sadia is a Senior Project Manager and Business Insights Partner with one of the major retailers in Twin Cities. She graduated from University of Minnesota, where she was actively involved with the MSA (Muslim Students Association) and MYM (Muslim Youth of Minnesota). She has been proactive leader in the Muslim community of Twin Cities since over 17 years; as a teacher at Islamic Center of Minnesota for 7 years, Principal of the weekend school at Islamic Center of Minnesota for 3 years, and she has been a part of the NWICC since its inception. She also volunteers with other non-profit organizations, such as; Special Olympics Minnesota for Area 11 and 12, Habitat for Humanity, Second Harvest, and Interfaith Outreach, etc.
She is currently the Interfaith Outreach and Community Building Director at NWICC. Building deeper Interfaith/ inter-community relationships, education and raising awareness is very important to her and she has been working diligently to ensure we cultivate a community with faith, kindness and love as the foundation, not just in the NW suburbs but also in greater Twin Cities and in the Nation, InshAllah. Especially in current atmosphere, education and building relationships is vital. Currently, she is working with several community leaders from different faith groups to build relationships and educate about the beauty of Islam. She participates in church and synagogue group discussions, lead education sessions, create material for discussion, inter-faith dialogues, organize joint prayers, and also, developing a plan for Peace Camp for kids of different faiths to learn from each other and better understand each other’s faith traditions. She has successfully lead several community service projects involving Muslim community and other faith based communities.
She has a passion to helping Muslim youth to not just enjoy spending time at the Masjid and be proud of their faith but also rise as leaders of tomorrow.
My name is Faisal Khan and I have been a member of NWICC since 2008. I have volunteered with NWICC Sunday School for six years and am currently the Head of Operations. In this role, I have been fortunate to meet many of the NWICC members, from parents to fellow volunteers to our youngest members—the new generation of American-raised Muslims. I have been a member of the Elections Committee for the last three years and have also participated in the Eid Activities Committee. Through these activities I see firsthand what we can accomplish by working together, and I would be humbled to serve a term as a board member.
As business and IT consultant by profession, I bring more than 20 years of project management and operational expertise at Fortune 500 companies to my volunteer service. Outside of NWICC, I coach youth soccer. I am married with two children.