Mosaic is very pleased to announce the addition of Najma Hafeez as member of the Mosaic Advisory Board.
Najma Hafeez is Managing Director of Russell Excel, a firm of international consultants specialising in management training, education, communication and leadership skills, human resources and change management. Ms Hafeez was the youngest and first Muslim woman elected to Birmingham City Council in 1983. During her years in office, she held several senior positions including, Chair of Education, Chair of Social Services, Chair of Community Affairs and Chair of Euro-Cities Network. As an elected member and member of the executive team of Birmingham City Council, Ms Hafeez was involved in the development of Birmingham City’s regeneration programme, including the building of the International Convention Centre, Brindley Place, Millennium Point and other key projects, all of which have revitalised the city and its economic and commercial potential.
HRH Princess Badiya bint el Hassan, Chairman of Mosaic, said “I am delighted that Najma Hafeez has accepted our invitation to join the Mosaic Advisory Board. Najma has served as Regional Chairman of Mosaic West Midlands since Mosaic was launched in the region in 2009. She provided energetic and inspired leadership which was critical to successfully developing Mosaic’s activities in the region. The Advisory Board and Mosaic in general will now benefit greatly from Najma’s experience and insights.”
Mosaic is also delighted to announce the appointment of Shabir Nawab as Chairman of the Mosaic West Midlands Regional Leadership Group.
Shabir Nawab is Principal of Shabir Nawab and Co, a leading accountancy firm in the West Midlands. As well as a leading businessmen in the region, Shabir is a philanthropist who has supported a wide range of charitable causes, including a number of those close to HRH The Prince of Wales.
HRH Princess Badiya bint el Hassan, Chairman of Mosaic, said: “It is great news that Shabir Nawab has accepted the invitation to become Chairman of the Mosaic West Midlands Regional Leadership Group. His leadership will mean that Mosaic can continue to work successfully and to develop further in the region. Shabir’s long-standing commitment to supporting young people is well known. His involvement with Mosaic is a huge asset for the organisation as a whole.