Sabreen Hussain (she/her) is a half Indian, half Lebanese Muslim women living on sovereign Cammeraygal land (North Shore, Sydney). She is currently an arts/law student with a major in politics and international relations and a minor in global business. She is an executive member of the Muslim Legal Network, a volunteer with the Arab Council of Australia, and was previously the secretary of UNSW’s Middle Eastern Society and the social justice director of UNSW’s Law Society. Sabreen has worked on social outreach programs and has volunteered to teach English to refugee children. The main focus of her volunteer work is to provide opportunities to youth from underprivileged and migrant communities.
Sabreen is also passionate about increasing mutual understandings and unity between Australian and Muslim society, particularly for Muslim Women of Colour. She hopes that through her work with WoCA, she will be able to advocate and champion the rights of Muslim WoC in a meaningful way. Sabreen is an ex-rhythmic gymnast and is currently a rhythmic gymnastics judge. She enjoys playing tennis, interior design, and watching historical dramas.
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