Sr. Inshirah Abdul-Aziz

Sr. Insharah founded Camp MINA in 2007, after returning from Hajj, which was a life changing experience for her. She have been in Education for 16 years which includes both years as a Classroom teacher and also in Administration and writing and developing curriculum. Her specialities are teaching English and History, however she has  taught the other major subjects as well.

She graduated from Temple University with a Bachelor of Arts in English, with a minor in Education and a concentration in African American Literature (with honors). She also did her Master’s of Education Degree in English Education (7-12), Secondary Education-English, Curriculum, Instruction Teaching and Education at Temple University. She is a PA Certified teacher. While in college she was actively involved in the MSA, holding several leadership positions. She am also co-founder of the MEU Program (Muslim Elevating Unification) and the Big Sister/Little Sister Mentoring Program.

As a wife and mother of 4 children, she spends most of the time raising them and organizing events and activities for the Muslim Youth in our area. She am involved with the MYA (Muslim Youth Association), where my children participate in the History Club. She is also a supporter of IHF (Islamic Heritage Foundation), and many other programs throughout the area. She am also involved as a team coach for MIST (Muslim Interscholastic Tournament). I

Sr Inshirah love working with kids, organizing events, and seeing Muslims of all races, and cultures come together (this is one of my goals and focuses).