Dr Nujhat Jahan

Dr Nujhat Jahan is the CEO. She has a doctorate degree in Statistics (Operation Research). She has over 22 years of extensive experience in teaching as a professor in the Department of Statistics, Biostatistics & Informatics at Dhaka University. She joined Faith Regen in 2004 and is actively working to develop new strategies for the long term sustained of the company. With a very strong research background she has published many papers in national and international journals. The findings of these articles bear strong significance at the national policy level. She has also worked as consultant, fundraiser /bid writer and principle investigator in various quantitative and qualitative social researches on BME communities, population health and other regeneration activities funded by various international organisations for example, WHO, Population Council, DFID, FHI, British Council, Action Aid etc.

Dr Nahy Nassar

Dr. Nahy has been working with FRF UK since its inception in 2001. He has extensive experience in the design, build, and deployment of IT infrastructures and IT security solutions. He obtained his Ph.D. in Digital Communication Engineering from Imperial College, London University and MBA from Middlesex University. Dr. Nahy is also a member of the Institute of Directories (IOD) and Institute of Engineering & Technology (IET). He has been awarded the CISM (Certified Information Security Manager) and CISA (Certified Information System Auditor) from the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) in the United States.

Fahima Akhter

Project Officer

Whitechapel Offices, London

I started working as an intern with the Work Programme in November 2012. My role was to help unemployed individuals find work or become work ready. My duties included updating CVs and Cover letters, helping clients with application forms etc. I was later employed as an Employability adviser for a year. Later, I was given the opportunity to work in a new project (UKBA) as a Project Officer, where we helped 200 newly arrived third country nationals into ESOL classes. I am currently working as an Employability Adviser for the Work Programme, and as an Outreach and Engagement Officer for our Domestic Violence Project

Julia Martin

Project Manager

Whitechapel Offices, London

Julia is a qualified Advice and Guidance practitioner who joined FRF in 2013. She has a background in managing Employability Programmes for third sector organisations and has seven years’ experience of running recruitment teams in the private sector.

Mujahidul Islam

IT, Media and Communications Manager

Head Office, London

Mujahid completed BSC in Computer Science and Engineering and Masters degree in Computer Networking from the University of Greenwich. He has been with FRF since 2010 looking after its IT and Media. With many years of experience in electronic media he has been instrumental in the production of the ‘The Green Guide for Hajj’, directed a documentary on Water conservation in Bangladesh in 2013, two short-animations on water conservation for children in 2012, a documentary based on how lives changes over the decades in Whitechapel area of East London with the title “Living History, Moving People” in 2012, a short documentary on Jewish Muslim London Roots in 2013.

Sasha Danaseelan

Domestic Violence Worker

Whitechapel Offices, London

I started working as a domestic violence and sexual violence caseworker at Victim Support in June 2012 whilst undergoing my degree in Criminology. The role consisted of helping and supporting those who have been in abusive relationships and experienced sexual violence, other duties included supporting clients affected by homicide, burglary, grievously bodily harm, robbery and supporting young people affected by crime. During the start of the summer of 2015, I was employed as a domestic violence worker at Faith Regen Foundation on the Big Lottery funded project ‘Domestic Violence a Concern for all’. As a domestic violence worker, I have been supporting women by listening and responding to their needs.