Appointment of new Trustees

Appointment of new Trustees

The Shropshire Islamic Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of two new Trustees to replace retiring trustees Dr Muhajid Qureshi and Dr Shaukat Ali.

The new appointees will work with existing trustee Rashid Hussain, to progress future projects and work of SIF, including the funeral services, second storey build and façade remodelling of TCM at King Street. We hope to have the new trustees take up their roles on 1st September, subject to current administrative formalities with the CIO being completed.

We had a healthy response to the call for expressions of interest. After much deliberation and wider consideration of current and medium-term business needs, we are able to appoint to two of the advertised roles at this stage. Future charity needs may require additional trustees but, on this occasion, it was felt the needs of the charity could be met with a complement of three trustees. We thank all the applicants for taking time to apply and hope to utilise their enthusiasm and desire to serve the community and SIF in various volunteer roles.

Charity Administrator  


Ahsan is a Partner and Head of Litigation in Shropshire at FBC Manby Bowdler LLP Solicitors.

A Wellington local, Ahsan gained his A levels at New College and went on to study law at the University of Wolverhampton.  He completed his legal training with Martin Kaye LLP Solicitors in Telford.  Over the course of 16 years since his qualification as a Solicitor, he has developed a specialism in commercial litigation with a particular emphasis on property and trusts litigation.


SHAHAD AMIN – BA (Hons) Accounting & Finance, ACCA

Shahad is a Chartered Accountant and Finance Manager at Makita Manufacturing Europe LTD.

Another Wellington local, Shahad gained his A levels at New College and went on to study Accounting & Finance at Manchester Metropolitan University.

For the past several years, Shahad has served as volunteer Assistant Treasurer, helping Treasurer Shaukat Ali, principally with gift aid claims and dealing with HMRC.


The Trustees