Meet the Team

Rashid Rose, Writer

Rashid Rose was a Broadcast Journalist for Ahlebait TV Sky 745 from 2014 to 2018. He is a member of the following professional bodies: Former Chair of Wycombe MIND Mental Health, Founder and chair of the St. Vincent & the Grenadines Health Care Foundation, Founder and chair of the Afro-Caribbean Mental Health Foundation. Rashid is a member of BME Bucks Minority Education Concerns and founder of The Forum, addressing the concerns of the BME communities nationwide. He is chair of the Caribbean Peoples Foundation, Co-Founder of the African Caribbean Muslin Alliance and Co-Founder of the African Caribbean Muslim Federation. Rashid is employed by the Buckinghamshire NHS as a mental health Project manager. He has received an NHS award for Mental Health and Well Being in the South Central Health and Social care in 2010 as well as an NHS award for Mental Health and Well being in the South Central Success in Partnership working in 2010. Rashid received his BA (Hons) in Community Management University of Luton in 1998.

Assietou Diop, African Representative

Assietou is a Senegalese -French agronomic engineer from La Rochelle, France and currently based in Senegal, West Africa. She is passionate about black rights and racial equality and serves as Black Muslim Forum’s African correspondent.

Sadiyah Sabree, North American Representative

Sadiyah serves as the North American representative for Black Muslim Forum, providing stories and updates regarding the Black American Muslim experience. Sadiyah received her Masters degree in Urban Planning in 2018. Her academic research and personal interests revolve around community-led development intiatives in low-income communities of colour, in both the US and the UK.

Soukeyna Osei-Bonsu, Project worker, Researcher

Soukeyna is a student based in London and works on the facilitation of Black Muslim Forum’s projects and services in London. Soukeyna is passionate about the Islamic teachings of racial equality, black rights and pan-African unity.

Ishaque Suubi Møller, Correspondent

Ishaque is based in Denmark and serves as a European correspondent for Black Muslim Forum