Lamia Rashid is a junior double majoring in psychology and public health at the Rutgers University Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. At Rutgers, she serves as the Event-Coordinator for one the largest collegiate Muslim Student Association in the country as well as the Logistics Chair for MIST NJ (Muslim Interscholastic Student Tournament.) On campus, she also sits on the Muslim Public Relations Council as a liaison between the Muslim ummah and Rutgers administration. Lamia is excited for the opportunity to not only give back to CAIR NJ but to advocate tirelessly on behalf of Muslims all around the state from any injustices they may face.
Amina Tokakova is a sophomore at Seton Hall University pursuing a degree in International Relations with honors and triple minoring in French, Economics, and Middle Eastern Studies. Amina interned at the International Rescue Committee where she became even more inspired to support and advocate for refugees and minorities. She is very excited to be a part of the CAIR NJ family and to contribute to the mission of the organization! She wants to become an immigration lawyer and advocate for those whose voices are unheard and ignored socially, legally, and economically. She believes CAIR NJ can help her in her personal and professional aspirations since the organization gives her an opportunity to connect with Muslim activists and to learn more about the difficulties the ummah faces daily.