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Womens Conference

Dive into a transformative journey with us, as we explore the essence of Prophetic Living. This conference is designed to illuminate the holistic approach adopted by the Prophet Muhammad in all spheres of life. In an era of fragmented living and increasing disconnect, there's a dire need to harmonize our spiritual, mental, and physical dimensions to attain true wellness. Can’t wait to see you there.

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Introducing Our Esteemed Speakers

Shaykha Jannah Sultan

Resident Scholar at Al-Misbaah

Hailing from California, Shaykha Jannah Sultan holds Bachelor's Degrees in Biology and Nutrition. Her dedication to holistic healing parallels her deep commitment to Islamic studies. Her Islamic academic journey began at the acclaimed Jamia Binoria, followed by an intense decade of Islamic Studies with distinguished mentors, notably Shaykh AbdulNasir Jangda. As a resident scholar and director of sisters guidance at Al-Misabaah, Shaykha Jannah's influence reverberates throughout the Sacramento area and across North America.

Shaykha Muslema Purmul

Co-Founder and Religious Director at The Majlis

Born in Raleigh, North Carolina, Shaykha Muslema Purmul was raised in San Diego, California. After graduating with a double major in Religious Studies and Middle Eastern Studies from the University of California, San Diego, she set forth on a seven-year journey in Egypt. There, she achieved her Bachelors in Sharia from al-Azhar University and engaged in nearly two years of graduate work at the American University in Cairo. Today, as the Religious Director at The Majlis, Shaykha Muslema seeks to create community spaces for genuine Islamic learning and understanding.

Ustadha Shamira Chothia Ahmed

Teacher at The Rahmah Foundation | Alimah

Born and raised in California’s Central Valley, Shamira Chothia Ahmed is passionate about educating and empowering Muslim women to reach their highest spiritual potential through acquiring sacred knowledge. 

Having graduated as valedictorian from a large public high school, her studies led her — following a brief soul-searching stint at Georgetown University — to seek sacred knowledge from scholars on three continents — Africa, Europe, and Asia.

Ustadha Shamira began her journey in seeking sacred knowledge at the women’s Dar-ul-Uloom Mu’eenal Islam seminary in South Africa, and completed the five-year intensive ‘alima program at Ja’mia Al-Imam Muhammad Zakariyya, one of Britain’s first and most renowned Islamic universities for women. Thereafter, she continued her Arabic and Qur’anic studies in Damascus, Syria where she obtained an ijāzah in Tajwīd of the Ḥafṣ recitation from the late eminent Syrian scholar, Shaykh Ḥasan al-Kurdī.

In 2005, Ustadha Shamira taught Hanafi fiqh for women at the Zaytuna Institute in California and since then has taught various Islamic sciences in venues across North America. In 2008, she earned a Master’s Degree in Demographics and Social Analysis from the University of California at Irvine, focusing on the identity formation of the Muslim-American population.

In 2013, Ustadha Shamira specialized in the detailed rulings of  menstruation, lochia, and abnormal discharge under the direction of Mufti Abdur Rahman Ibn Yusuf Mangera and assisted in compiling Imam Abu Hanifa’s Al-Fiqh al-Akbar Explained. 

As a wife and mother of five children, Shamira has a passion to empower women in their child bearing years to gain closeness to their Lord through her spiritual birth consultations and doula services.

Ustadha Shamira is a co-founder of the Rahmah Foundation and currently teaches for Nur al Iman, a full time girls shariah program with Ustadha Mona Elzankaly based in the Bay Area. 

Ustadha Hosai Mojaddidi

Public Speaker, Educator, Writer

Dedicated to the service of the Muslim communities in the Bay Area and Orange County/LA for over two decades, Ustadha Hosai's foundation in Islamic learning began with Shaykh Hamza Yusuf's teachings. Recognizing the complex interplay between spiritual and mental health, Ustadha Hosai co-created MH4M ( to offer a spiritual and clinical perspective on mental health issues. Today, she is a recognized voice across platforms - from radio to social media - imparting valuable teachings to communities.

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