Sheikh Babikir was born in Sudan arrived in Britain in 1977 and began organising programs at London Central Mosque in Regent’s Park, and in Muslim Welfare House in North London, where he first met His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. At the request of His Highness, Sheikh Babiker served for some time as a member of the board for Mosaic (a charity founded by the Prince of Wales). Sheikh Babikir is loved by many for his warm manner and wise counsel, he continues to spread his message of compassion and mercy with an unmistakable charm across the UK and abroad.
You will also learn about Allam personal journey from Wad Medani to London. Allam has advised and helped many companies turning their performance to very successful businesses. In his future journey, Allam worked as kitchen porter cleaning the dishes in restaurants and hotels, delivering Pizza in Edinburgh and many other casual jobs before becoming a senior academic and internationally recognised expert in knowledge management; technology transfer; sustainable development; public policy; marketing and enterprise; investment promotion; leadership and management.
Professor Fortune is Professor of Medicine in relation to Oral Health and Head of the Centre for Clinical and Diagnostic Oral Sciences (CDOS). One of her main focuses has been to widen access and increase uptake into higher education for Muslim women, both nationally and internationally. In 2004, she was awarded a CBE for services to dentistry. In 2012, she was awarded prestigious Colyer Gold Medal for significant contribution to the profession through their research, teaching and clinical work. She graduated in both Dentistry and Medicine from University College, University of London. In 1992 she obtained her PhD in University of London. She has been recognised as the top five most influential Muslim women in the Guardian’s society segment. Her list of achievements are many from President of the British Society of Oral Medicine in 2007 and President of Odontology section of the Royal Society of Medicine in 2011. She was also elected a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in 2007.