Yesterday the Mosaic Initiative hosted the Prince’s Trust Annual Mosaic Iftar at an intimate event hosted at Mulberry Academy Shoreditch in Tower Hamlets by Chairman of The Prince’s Trust John Booth and Shabir Randeree CBE, Chair of Mosaic.
The night featured a special panel discussion by Dawood Gustave, CEO and Imagination Officer at Reluctantly Brave, Dr Rimla Akthar MBE, FA Council Member and Founder of Rimjhim Consulting and Mulberry Academy Shoreditch’s very own Sheikh Aliur Rahman, Chief Executive of the prestigious London Tea Exchange. The panel was led by Mulberry Academy Shoreditch students Ranya Hossain (Year 10), and Afis Adeyemi, (Year 12), together with Mosaic Ambassador and BBC’s Asad Ahmad.
Guest also got to hear from Mosaic Secondary Programme mentee’s Freddie Sanderson, Mohammed Jahan and Fares Azzazi Atig on the impact the programme has had on them, their personal development and future.
The evening saw Mosaic supporters, beneficiaries, influential leaders, patrons and senior government officials gather for the event themed around ‘Seeing is Believing’. Prized with the mission of connecting young people to more relatable role models.
“The Prince’s Trust and Mosaic seek to demonstrate the power and impact of young people visualizing success and giving them not only the vision but tools to emulate and achieve it themselves. Tonight brings together all those components of the Mosaic Initiative at The Trust that champion all relatable role models.”Nizam Uddin – Senior Head of Mosaic, The Prince’s Trust