CAMP Executives

Sabrina Qureshi - Finance and Operations Director

Sabrina Qureshi currently serves as the Finance and Operations Director of CAMP. She joined CAMP in 2006 as an events planner for the CAMP Chicago Chapter. Sabrina was active in helping plan the 2012 Leadership Summit, in 2011 she was the Summit Co-Manager, in 2009 was the Assistant Summit Manager, and in 2008 was the Sponsorship Manager for the Leadership Summit. Sabrina has previously served as the President of the CAMP Chicago Chapter and continues to be active with the chapter in an advisory role.

Professionally, Sabrina is a Research Operations Specialist and a Business Analyst for a financial research firm in Chicago. Sabrina is responsible for streamlining processes while maintaining strict quality control. She graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago with a degree in Finance.

Sabrina strongly believes in giving back to community and enjoys volunteering for various organizations as well as supporting humanitarian causes. She is also a 2012-13 Fellow of USC CRCC's American Muslim Civic Leadership Institute. AMCLI (www.usc.edu/amcli).

Tawfiq Farraj - Chapter Engagement Director

Tawfiq Farraj has been with CAMP Chicago since 2010. Professionally Tawfiq is an admissions advisor at the Keller Graduate School of Management. Previously, Tawfiq was a Financial Representative for Country Financial in Chicago where he closely tailored financial plans for individuals.

He also devotes his time to working with the Jewish Muslim Community Building Initiative for Café Finjan and Iftar in the Synagogue in order to foster stronger community ties between the Muslim and Jewish populations in Chicago.

Tawfiq earned a B.A. in Political Science and Economics from the University of Illinois. He is currently earning a Masters of Financial and Accounting Management.

Atifa Chiragh - Co- Special Projects Director

IEAtifa Chiragh currently serves as the Co-Special Projects Director for CAMP.  After attending CAMP events in 2012 and 2013, Atifa helped organize the annual CAMP luncheon during ISNA in 2013. Since then she has served as the Chapter Engagement Director from  2013-2015.

Professionally, Atifa is an IT Project Manager for Honeywell Aerospace. Prior to joining management, Atifa was a Systems Integration Analyst and had the opportunity to work on several SAP ERP Deployments since she started at Honeywell in 2006. She holds an MBA and BBA, both form the University of New Mexico (UNM).

Atifa has had the opportunity to hold various positions with the Muslim Student Association of the US and Canada (MSA National), including Programs Director. She was selected to serve as a specialized trainer for MSA National's state-of-the-art worker and management training program, COMPASS. She currently serves on the leadership development committee for the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA). Outside of work, Atifa struggles to balance her love of Korean Drama with remaining active in the Muslim Community.

Salima Suswell - Diversity Director

Salima Suswell currently serves as the Diversity Director of Council for the Advancement of Muslim Professionals.  Salima started her work with CAMP in 2007, serving as an Advisory Board Member for the CAMP Philadelphia Chapter, in 2007 through 2010.  Thereafter, Salima served as President of the CAMP Philadelphia Chapter, in 2010 through 2012.

In 2011, Salima founded Evolve Solutions, LLC., which is a consultancy firm specializing in Project Management, Strategic Planning, Client Relations, Political Fundraising, and Event Production.  Prior to establishing her own company, Salima worked as a Senior Litigation Specialist with the United States Attorney's Office, Eastern District of Pennsylvania and as a Senior Litigation Paralegal for several prestigious national law firms.  Salima holds a degree from combined studies at Pierce College and Drexel University's Lebow College of Business.  Salima is currently studying Organizational Leadership and Development, at Saint Joseph’s University.

Salima also serves as Vice President of the Universal Muslim Business Association, in Philadelphia. Salima remains actively involved in the political process within the Philadelphia – Delaware Valleyregion, contributing her expertise and talents to local political organizations and campaigns