In our age of hyper-connectivity, loneliness is on the rise. Ustadha Lobna Mulla describes the nature of inclusion within Islamic tradition and offers ways to establish a habit of reaching out to others.
BOARD MEMBER | Ustadha Lobna Youssef Mulla is a motivational speaker and community educator. She is best known for her optimistic, positive and engaging style with audiences. Lobna is the former National Tarbiya Director of the Muslim American Society, where she is still an active member. She has been working as a youth mentor for the past two decades in multiple capacities. Lobna has organized youth camps, led study circles, taught classes in her community, and lectured extensively, nationally and internationally. Additionally, Lobna serves as an IOK Muslim Chaplain at UCLA.