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President Nadia --- Will udpate soon






Ayaz Aslam, Communications Director. Ayaz earned B.S in Business Mgmt. from Kean University, NJ. Professionally, Ayaz has over 15 years of experience in the transportation industry and strong management skills. He has been involved in Quality Action Teams and Focus Groups to increase productivity and reducing operating expenses.

He is a consultant at SREB-NJ division. This is a 16 states initiative to improve public education programs. The NJ team developed and is currently implementing a project based Global logistics learning curriculum for grade level 9 and level 10.

He is a Sunday School coordinator at Muslim Community Center of Union County, Elizabeth NJ. The school is a community service provided by the volunteers. The staff and students come from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds.

Sidra Riaz is a NJ native and has been a member of   CAMP NJ and CAMP NY for the last several years and has a particular interest in community service events.

Sidra earned her Bachelors in International Studies from Trinity College and completed her MBA in Marketing from NYU Stern.  Her professional background is in consumer packaged goods marketing, within the Beauty / Skincare industry.

In her spare time, Sidra is an avid traveler, taking a few big trips a year and also plays volleyball both indoors and on the beach.


Subika Mohammad is a third year Physician Assistant candidate of Monmouth University. While not trapped in a room being tortured by her medical books, she enjoys running, reading, and occasionally traveling.

She works closely with various organizations including American Muslims for Hunger Relief in providing hot meals to underserved communities in the tri-state area.

At CAMP NJ she has enjoyed partnering with various organizations and orchestrating networking events.

Just recently, she has returned from Vietnam for a medical mission trip with Project TVD, where she observed and learned from American medical professionals and radiographers, as they taught Vietnamese doctors in the OB/GYN ward hospitals in Da Nang, Vietnam. Now nearing the end of her education, she hopes to continue championing for global health, especially in the Muslim women community.