Sister Laila is a fourth generation African American Muslim. She is an educator and community advocate working to build healthy community life. From the age of fifteen, she has traveled the world, falling in love with the diversity of the human family. Sister Laila continues to travels around the world participating in interfaith activities and speaking on a range of topics from her grandfather Imam W. Seen Mohammed, education, fostering female leadership and much, much more.
Dialogue and Friendship Dinner 2018, Austin TX. Poem by keynote speaker Sister Laila Muhammad.
A Shared Memory
Bringing individuals and communities together through shared stories and experiences, for the betterment of humanity. A Shared Memory provides programming that is customizable for individual and group needs including workshops, presentations, and/or lectures. Program topics include - Fostering a Healthy Self Image: Female Leadership, 12-Month of Awareness, Islam in America, Interfaith Dialogue / Workshops, and Traveling Museum opportunities.
It takes us all working together with all hands on deck to truly be successful. We want to engage and network with you because we know the power of collective efforts. Lets collaborate bringing many gifts and talents together for the whole.