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 and is a trustee of the Hounslow Muslim Centre.
Imran Hamid MBE
A Projects Director at MDUK Media, a creative design, digital marketing and communications agency based in West London, Imran holds a Masters in Management from Brunel University and is a law graduate from the College of Law. He has served in the voluntary sector for over 20 years, having 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, 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, serving as a trustee at the Ashford & Staines Community Centre. He is married and resides in London with his wife and currently works within the financial services sector.
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.
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.