Team

Team Members

Erum Zehra - Project Manager

Our project Manager Erum Zehra brings years of experience as a website consultant to this endeavor. MuslimMoms.ca is the perfect segue to her many undertakings as it seeks to create an online portal community of Muslim Moms from all walks of life and from all over Canada.

Recently she was recognized as a “Learning Labs Leader” by Facebook in recognition of her efforts for building online communities on Facebook. Facebook Community Learning Lab is an invite-only group from Facebook where leaders who share similar goals and challenges come together for deeper education and discussion.

In the year 2018, Erum decided to leverage her more than a decade long expertise in e-commerce and launched her own digital communications agency named Prestige Interactive. Prestige Interactive serves as a one-stop solution for all digital communication needs for businesses including web design, graphic design, SEO and web content.

Mona Ismaeil - Editor

Mona Ismaeil is the Editor at Muslimmoms.ca.  She is a modest fashion blogger, writer, and community organizer.  Mona advocates for Muslim women and promotes their civic engagement, builds interfaith bridges, and is passionate about bringing awareness about Islamophobia to light in public forums.

A trained teacher and seasoned educator, Mona lectures on a variety of subjects across the province, including Islamophobia, bullying, building acceptance, and multiculturalism. Her favorite things to do are to travel and spend time with her 2 children enjoying all Edmonton has to offer!

Marzia Rizvi - Food Blogger

Marzia Shamsi is our expert food blogger who contributes recipes to our blog on a regular basis. She is a single mother to two lovely kids. Brought up in the UAE, now a Canadian, she is originally from India.

She is a professional chef with a vast Canadian hospitality experience & a food enthusiast who loves to pen down & share her knowledge of food. Working hard & learning through her experiences she dreams of having her own concept restaurant someday.

Madiha Malik - Contributor

Madiha Malik writes on issues and advice related to Women’s health and parenting. She is a kindergarten educator (RECE) and mother of a two-year-old.

She is passionate about teaching young children and supporting families. Her website www.motherhoodwonders.com is a small effort to break the big silence on postpartum depression and anxiety, in particular, amongst the south Asian community.

Ayesha Islam - Contributor

Ayesha Islam writes on lifestyle, travel, life in Ontario and fun, new ideas for extra-curricular activities in Canada. She is a digital media specialist and freelance writer who lives in Toronto. She has worked in digital and print publications throughout the Middle East and Pakistan. As a passionate individual, she enjoys creative writing and reading in her free time and dreams of getting her debut novel published.

Beenish Mahmood - Contributor

Beenish Mahmood is a Contributer at Muslimmoms.ca  She is an Administrative Professional who moved to Canada an  year back after spending more then a decade in the UAE. Beenish has been working with special needs children with ADHD and Dyslexia in Schools in UAE and also volunteers here in Literacy South Halton tutoring adults with down syndrome and other learning disabilities. She writes blogs and interviews female entrepreneurs for the portal. Beenish enjoys travelling and her goal includes helping the community in whatever way she can.

Samia Anwar - Contributor

Samia Anwar is a contributor at Muslimmoms.ca. She writes on home management, fun activities to get kids involved in house chores, how-to guides to stay on top of things, tips and tricks to stay organized and share recipes.

She is the mama of four wonderful kids who chose to help other women by starting her own business of Professional Organizing. Her passion and struggles became a reason for what she is today. She loves being able to improve the quality of life for those who are ready to bring in a positive change. She believes that by living intentionally we can create a life where we can have more time;
~ To spend with our lovely families
~ To practice our faith
~ To work on our passions
~ To give back to the community