Suhel Miah

Suhel Miah

Trustee

A local businessman and founding member of Haaya, Suhel has been involved in professional youth work and community development for over 20 years. A long time resident of Hounslow, he has worked in a variety of voluntary sector organisations including Hounslow Youth Services.

Imran Hamid

Imran Hamid MBE

Trustee

A Projects Director at MDUK Media Ltd, a creative design, digital marketing and communications agency based in West London, Imran is a Masters holder in Management from Brunel University and law graduate from the College of Law. He has worked in the voluntary sector for over 20 years, holding a passion for community welfare and social development. Married with four children, he is a founding member of a grant-funding body, the Better Community Business Network and is a trustee at the West London Islamic Centre in Ealing.

Temoor Khan

Temoor Khan

Trustee

Temoor Khan, graduated in Accounting & Finance. He subsequently went on to complete his training contract within the Investment Management Group at a Big Four accountancy and professional services firm where he gained his professional qualification. Temoor is a member of a number of financial services bodies including; the Securities and Investments Institute and is a certified Prince 2 project manager.

Outside of work he has been involved in several community projects including youth mentoring and outreach work. Temoor is an avid supporter of the voluntary sector and has been passionately involved with community and environmental issues. He is married and resides in London with his wife and currently works within the financial services sector.

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Danielle Hutchinson

Trustee

Danielle Hutchinson is a Detached Youth Worker for the London Borough of Hounslow and studied a BA in Applied Socail Science, Community Development and Youth Work at Goldsmiths University. She had been voulnteering with HAAYA as part of her degree and is now a trustee on its board.

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Mosoud Uddin

Volunteer Lead

Mosoud Uddin holds a degree in Social Sciences from Roehampton University and has been with HAAYA since March 2010.  In his youth, Mosoud used to attend the Boys’ Club and is currently a youth worker for HAAYA. He is an advocate of education, who is qualified in CETL to teach English as a foreign language. Mosoud has ambitions to teach English to disadvantaged members of the community and overseas.