Sughra Ahmed is Director of Education at the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights organization. She was previously Associate Dean for Religious Life at Stanford University where she taught and led pastoral care to students and staff on campus.
She is a Research Associate at St Edmund’s College, University of Cambridge and a Trustee of the Islamic Society of Britain; where she previously served as Chair, 2013-16. She’s a member of the Advisory Council of the Cambridge Institute on Religion and International Studies (CIRIS), Clare College, UK.
Sughra Ahmed, former chair of Islamic Society of Britain, talks about growing up Muslim and British, and the role of religion in society.