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McCollough 3rd Grader makes the Muslim Women in Sports Network Power List.

Madeena Ameena El-Mubarak, a 3rd grader at McCollough Elementary made the MWSN Power List.  The Power List is available at https://mwisn.org/powerlist.
Madeena has her own page on the website with her photo, a short bio and a video of her answering questions about why sports are important to her:

 Please continue reading for more information about MWSN.

MWSN Launches Muslim Women in Sport Power List

 The world’s most visionary and influential Muslim women in sport are today unveiled in this year’s ‘Muslim Women in Sport Power List’, curated by the global Muslim Women in Sport Network (MWSN).  Launched  on www.mwisn.org/powerlist, the Power List identifies 30 of the freshest and most inspiring Muslim women positively impacting the sports industry at various levels as athletes, program managers, journalists, coaches, administrators, researchers, executives, entrepreneurs and beyond.

 This Power List showcases and provides a platform for the global community of Muslim Women in sport. With every edition of this Power List we avidly search for the most influential and inspiring talent.  Some of the Power-Listers are world-renowned Olympians while others are local heroes; all are equally powerful.  Members of the Power List for 2019 were finalised by a panel of sports people from across the world – author of “Basirah the Basketballer says Insha Allah” Hafsah Dabiri, and University of Connecticut basketball player Batouly Camara.

About the MWSN

 The Mission of MWSN is to amplify the voices of Muslim women in sport and inspire globally.

Muslim women around the world have been and are actively engaging in sport at various levels as athletes, program managers, journalists, coaches, administrators, researchers, executives, and entrepreneurs. Often the discourse when engaging with Muslim women in sport is focused around dress-code and overcoming cultural and religious barriers. Decisions made around policy, program design and engagement related to Muslim women in sport is void of any consultation or meaningful engagement and leadership from Muslim women. It is time Muslim women instruct decision and policymakers on what it means to be a Muslim woman in sport and shed light into the diversity of Muslim women.

In March 2017, Muslim women around the world committed to creating a ‘Global Home for Muslim Women in Sport.’ The group is led by Muslim women from around the world who are actively involved in sport from various disciplines and are advancing the status and recognition of the role that Muslim women play in sport.

The 2019 Muslim Women in Sport Power List

Amal Murad

Amar Hadid

Amna Al Haddad

Amna Al Qubaisi

Aries Susanti Rahayu

Assmaah Helal

Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir

Ebru Koksal

Faranak Partoazar

Fatma Samoura

Fatuma Abdulkadir Adan

Hajra Khan

Ibtihaj Muhammad

Khadija Sambe

Khadijah Diggs

Khalida Popal

Lina Al Maeena

Madeena Ameena El-Mubarak

Manal Rostom

Meriem Daoui

Naasira Mohammed

Nawal El Moutawakel

Princess Reema bint Bandar

Rahaf Khatib

Reshmin Chowdhury

Rimla Akhtar

Ruqsana Begum

Sara – Open Stadiums

Shireen Ahmed

Zuleikha Chikh

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