DWM provides an excellent opportunity to build on your nurturing skills by being and instructive role model to younger muslims girls seeking a career or entrepreneurship. You will grow, insha Allah, by the art of guiding and mentoring young adults. We would love to have your suggestions, contributions and of course for you to volunteer! Please send your mail to dwm4 teens@dwmdirect.com in the below format:

Profile: (nothing serious just some background like education and what you like)
Contribution or suggestion: (Keep it short and brief, we can always make contact and really talk!!!)
Are you volunteering? (Yes (of course))
On what?
Phone number
Contact address
Days or hours available in a week: We do understand how busy most of us might be, so we are willing to work through your timing insha Allah)
Some of our volunteers:

Aishah Adams, a graduate of University of Lagos with a degree in Microbiology has been oppurtuned to work with kids in the past and is passionate about the deen and loves to teach it to others. She also recently graduated from University of Wolverhampton with a Masters in Public Health. With the Life coaching course as well as Crisis intervention training taken during the course of her study, she hopes to make a difference in the lives of Muslimahs (young and old) through mentoring, counselling and confidence building (bi ithnillaah).

Aminat Adams is a graduate of University of Lagos with a degree in Accounting. She is a Fellow member of the ACCA with expertise in Internal Control, Financial Accounting and Internal Audit. Experience spans over 8 years in industries including Charity, Financial Institution, Medical, Public Practice and Public Sector in Nigeria and the United Kingdom. She recently bagged a Masters Degree in Islamic Accounting and Finance from the University of Dundee and hopes to take Islamic Finance to the grassroots working with various NGOs and outreach to achieve this aim. She currently tutors and mentors ACCA students while working towards launching her tutorial college.

Islamiyyah Mumuney is a graduate of Accounting from the University of Lagos. A chartered accountant and Certified Information System Auditor, she worked for Deen Communications ltd and FIS securities as an accountant before moving to Dangote group as Internal Audit Manager. She is currently with NLNG.

Kafilat Abdulrahman, is a graduate of Federal College of Education Oyo, a qualified teacher and has also trained as an educator of Islamic studies and Rehabilitative education for the hearing impaired. Her work experience spans three years of teaching handicap children and teaching spells at the Children of Islam primary school. On the side, Kafilat is a partner of Yoosrah ventures, a catering outfit.

Raheema Famuyiwa, is a graduate of the University of Lagos with a degree in Actuarial Sciences. She has worked at the Nigerian Army as a Data Cell officer, Deen Communications Ltd as a Sales representative, Head, Internal Administration and Customer relations of Matrix Concept Ltd, a printing outfit and is presently working with Etisalat . She has also been a par time lecturer at the Nigerian Army School of Finance and administration. On the side, Raheemah owns and runs Soliat, a design and tailoring house.

Saeedah Kola Olukotun, is a graduate of Agricultural economics. A chartered accountant and Chartered tax practitioner, her work experience began at Ernst and Young were she left as Audit Senior before she moved to Oando Plc as an Accountant. She is presently Assistant Tax Manager at Transocean Support Services.

Kawthar Lasaki is a graduate of Yaba College of Technology with a degree in Biochemistry. She has worked as a Peer Education Trainer(PET) where she helped enlighten teenagers about HIV/AIDS. She loves to work with teenagers.

Kafilat Adetunji is a graduate of University of Ilorin with a degree in Mathematics Education. She volunteers for Castle of Knowledge Kiddies club and loves to work with children and teenagers.

Hafeezah Fagbo, is a graduate of University of Lagos with a degree in Bichemistry. Her love for DWM stems from the passion of creating new avenues to provide a boost for Muslim women in every aspect of life.

Abimbola Bello, is a graduate of Accountancy and Finance from Yaba College of Technology, Lagos. She started her career as a Financial Control Officer at Wema Bank where she worked for Six years before joining Lotus Capital in 2006 as a Fund Accountant. She left Lotus Capital in 2009 as the Head of Fund Accounting and Administration.
Abimbola currently runs a consulting outfit, Strategos Company, specialized in offering business advisory services and trainings. She is an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN). She also has an MBA from Durham Business School.

Adenike Bilkis Adeboye holds an Msc Economics and MBA from the University of East London. Also has a diploma in Islamic Finance from the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment in UK. Currently works as a Business Development Manager in Lotus Capital. Also runs her own personal business, Sisters Style, on the side

Mrs Gbajumo-Sheriff holds a B.Sc and M.Sc in Industrial Relations and Personnel Management from the University of Lagos, Nigeria. She is also an Associate member of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN).She consults on accounting and human resource issues. Mrs Gbajumo-Sheriff is a lecturer in the Department of Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, University of Lagos. She has presented papers both locally and internationally

Fatimah Kehinde Salahdeen, has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Bus Admin/Mgt. and Post-Graduate Diploma in Education. She administers Fitrah Childrens School as its Head.

Halima Aboderin, is a graduate of Accountancy from the Federal Polytechnic Osun state. She is the Chief Executive Officer of Al-Ameen Place in Ikorodu Lagos. For the past seven years, Halimah has designed caps and hijabs for Muslim children and sold Islamic items ranging from cloths to gift items and Islamic books. She has trained with the Lagos business school and Fate Foundation on Entrepreneurship as she expands her reach to the Muslim customer.

Sadeeqah Wuruola Omotunde Young,is a graduate of Computer Science from the Federal University of Technology Akure. She is the brainchild behind the nongovernmental organisation, Siblings (Sisters in Business) and Omolasho (Kids clothings). A serial learner having attended multiple workshops and seminars, she presently works in a software outfit as a business developer.

Suruurah Bint Abdulmuiz Ogunfemi, a Civil Engineer by profession, is the founding Partner of the Guided Beginnings Consult; an outfit involved with organising Parenting Seminars, Workshops, Teacher Training, School Consultancy Services and Life skills for Youths. Suruurah graduated from the University Of Lagos in 1998 and in 2004, obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Education from the same university. Since graduation, she is certified in Early Childhood Development and Curriculum (Every Child matters) with the Thames Valley University, England and is an alumnus of the National Institute of International Education.

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