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The East London Mosque Trust (ELMT) is managed by a broad range of people with different expertise. There are currently 14 Trustees serving the Trust for the period of 2013-15.
Habibur Rahman is the current Chairman of the ELMT. He has been a long time volunteer of the Mosque since the 1980s, becoming involved with the Mosque's management in the late 90s. Habib is an Academic Leader who has worked at the London Metropolitan University for the last 20 years.
Ayub Khan is the current Honorary Secretary of the East London Mosque Trust. Ayub has a long history of serving the East London Mosque Trust since 1982. Ayub works as an Income Recovery Project Manager for an RSL.
Mohammed Siddique has served the East London Mosque Trust since 1960. Currently he is the Vice-Chairman of the Trust. Mohammed Siddique is also a retired local businessmen. He is very passionate about addressing social and community issues.
Mohammed Abdul Malik currently serves as Treasurer for the Trust. He is a social worker by profession and dedicated community activist. He takes on the governance responsibility to improve the organisations income generation and sustainability.
Dr Muhammad Abdul Bari MBE is an educationalist, community activist, author and parenting consultant in the British Muslim community. He has served East London’s diverse communities in various capacities for three decades. He served as Chairman of the board of trustees at the East London Mosque from 2002-2013. He is also a founding member of The East London Communities Organisation (TELCO). He was also a board member of the London Organising Committee of the 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games.
Dilowar Hussain Khan is the Executive Director of the East London Mosque Trust since 2002. He has a BA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance. From 1995-1999 he was the Director of Islamic Community Centre, in North London and was also the Finance Manager of a Housing Association in East London. From 1999 to 2002 he managed a special educational needs organisation, Asian Parents Association for Special Educational Needs in Tower Hamlets (APSENTH). He is also vice-chair of Faiths Forum for London.
Shaykh Abdul Qayum has been the Chief Imam and Khateeb of the East London Mosque since 1993. He studied Islamic Sciences and Uloomul Hadith at the Madrasah Aliah, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Then in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, he continued his study of Islamic Sciences under several scholars. At the Imam Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University he completed a B.A. in Arabic Language & Literature and an M.A. in Applied Linguistics. He went on to lecture in Qur’anic Arabic at the International Islamic University of Malaysia. He is a patron of Richard House Children’s Hospice.
Salman Farsi is the Media & Communications Officer. He manages the public relations and press of the Trust. He has a background in New Media and has previously worked as a Creative Director, for a digital design agency which he founded in 2008 that specialised in graphic design and web development.