Shamim Rajani — You need to have the courage to break out of your bubble yourself

We’re so excited to welcome Shamim Rajani as our latest Tech Sister! Tech Sisters Stories is a series that profiles Muslim women in tech and brings attention to the incredible personalities and work we have in our community. Shamim Rajani is a Techpreneur and has been serving the Pakistan IT industry for the last 15 […]

Faiza Yousuf — see where your ideas take you when you just get started

We’re so excited to welcome Faiza Yousuf as our latest Tech Sister! Tech Sisters Stories is a series that profiles Muslim women in tech and brings attention to the incredible personalities and work we have in our community. Faiza is a technologist and a serial entrepreneur with a decade long experience in building products and […]

Arfah Farooq — The best communities always start with just two amazing people

We’re so excited to welcome Arfah Farooq as our latest Tech Sister! Tech Sisters Stories is a series that profiles Muslim women in tech and brings attention to the incredible personalities and work we have in our community.  Arfah is a collaborator who loves connecting unique ideas to create one big vision that will positively […]

Hadeel Ayoub — Everyone Struggles. Stick It Out And You’ll Make It

We’re so excited to welcome Hadeel Ayoub as our latest Tech Sister!  Tech Sisters Stories is a series that profiles Muslim women in tech and brings attention to the incredible personalities and work we have in our community. Hadeel is an experienced lecturer, researcher, and entrepreneur with a demonstrated history of working in the higher […]

Fauziyya Hammawa — Sharing knowledge to empower communities

We’re so excited to welcome Fauziyya Muhammad Hammawa, aka U Can Code as our latest Tech Sister! Tech Sisters Stories is a series that profiles Muslim women in tech and brings attention to the incredible personalities and work we have in our community. Can you describe how you first got into tech? What originally sparked […]

Marwa Adawy — My life as tech lead for the UK’s first Islamic FinTech company

We’re so excited to welcome Marwa Adawy as our latest Tech Sister! Tech Sisters Stories is a series that profiles Muslim women in tech and brings attention to the incredible personalities and work we have in our community. A true polyglot across a number of technical disciplines, Marwa brought her wide-ranging expertise to the company […]

Amina Aweis — How I Left My Career in Marketing and Became A Software Engineer 

Tech Sisters Interviews is a series that profiles Muslim women in tech and brings attention to the incredible personalities and work we have in our community. We’re so excited to welcome Amina Aweis as our latest Tech Sister! Lots of you might already know Amina from Twitter, Medium, or as one-quarter of the TBMG Podcast. […]

Doonyah Alucozai — Teenage Co-Founder, Tech Researcher, and STEM Champion 

Tech Sisters Interviews is a series that profiles Muslim women in tech and brings attention to the incredible personalities and work we have in our community. We’re so excited to welcome Doonyah as our latest Tech Sister! She’s a senior in High School who is passionate about female empowerment and representation in STEM. She’s deeply […]

How To Accelerate Your Tech Career By Challenging Yourself Every Day – Interview with Rahma Javed

In today’s Tech Sisters interview, Rahma Javed joins us to tell you her story and how to accelerate your tech career by always challenging yourself. Rahma is the Director of Engineering for the Restaurants group at Deliveroo. She focuses on helping Deliveroo becoming the best partner for its restaurants and driving growth and profitability for […]

From Biomedical Student to Tech Speaker – Interview with Ramla Anshur

Ramla is a life-long student who is passionate about learning about technology and how digital transformation can empower businesses and communities, and particularly healthcare. As a STEM ambassador, she enjoys sharing her knowledge with peers, mentoring younger children to encourage their exploration of opportunities, and attending BAME/Women in Tech events to further expand her knowledge […]