Mosaic North West Mentor Celebration Event sponsored by Mosaic Patron Human Appeal International celebrating the importance of mentoring and in particular mosaic’s mentors, their hard work and commitment to the young people we support as well as recognising the hard work Mosaic’s network, teachers and supporters continue to dedicate. With special guests Dr. Zafar Iqbal and Imran Hakim.
Mosaic Associates are a distinguished, dedicated and diverse group of successful, influential individuals from mainly business and professional backgrounds who are committed to Mosaic’s mission; to support disadvantaged children and young people from deprived communities in the UK. The group was established by Mosaic Board Chairman, Shabir Randeree CBE, in 2011 and has more than 80 active supporters who commit to an annual donation of £1000 per annum. The Junior Associates will emulate this successful model by identifying and recruiting the emerging business leaders from the Mosaic network who are under 30, providing those who wish to join us with a range of networking and mentoring opportunities to support their future development and leadership skills. This event will help promote the scheme to interested individuals and allow for a networking opportunity amongst Mosaic supporters.
Mosaic is pleased to announce that employees from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) will continue to support Mosaic’s Primary and Secondary School Programmes in Birmingham and Wolverhampton as part of its community volunteering programme.
The morning kicked off with personal leadership journeys shared by Mr. Stephen Howard & Mr. Khawar Mann.
“We can’t be afraid of change. You may feel very secure in the pond that you are in, but if you never venture out of it, you will never know that there is such a thing as an ocean, a sea.
The day started of with a panel discussion by 3 successful British Muslims (Aaqil Ahmed, Peter Sanders & Bushra Nair CBE) and their contributions or efforts to bring communities together.
Alhamdulillah we survived Day 1 (and the cold, wet London weather). We were priviliged to have Ms. Deema Bibi, CEO of Injaz and Baroness Warsi share their personal leadership journeys with the Mosaic delegates today.
It feels surreal; walking on the cobbled streets of picturesque Cambridge, with stately old buildings whose history seem to whisper from the walls, it feels unbelievable how far I’ve come.
Well I appear to have fallen in love with Mosaic after finishing the 1st week of the program at the University of Greenwich.
What an amazing day! After all the months of training, the day of the ride had finally arrived – and what an incredible day we had!