Mona Ismaeil is a Canadian modest fashion blogger, writer and community organizer. She aims to show that Faith and Fashion can be As Director of External Affairs with Alberta Muslim Public Affairs Council - AMPAC, Mona advocates for Muslim women and promotes their civic engagement, builds interfaith bridges, and is passionate about bringing awareness about Islamophobia to light in public forums. A trained teacher and seasoned educator, Mona lectures on a variety of subjects across the province, including Islamophobia, bullying, building acceptance, and multiculturalism. Her favourite thing to do is spend time with her 2 children enjoying all Edmonton, Alberta has to offer!
Mona M Ismaeil is a graduate of Concordia University College of Alberta. She has an Arts degree majoring in Sociology and minoring in Psychology. She also has an Elementary Education After-Degree. She worked for 3 years as a grade 5 teacher before the birth of her daughter Manessa. Since then, Mona has been focused on her other projects. With her husband, she is the proud owner of Modern Hejab, she is a blogger and writer/editor for MuslimMoms.Ca. She has also been published in Sisters Magazine and featured in the fashion section of the Edmonton Journal.
Mona is very passionate about Islam, Hijab and bringing awareness to the beauty of Islam while encouraging open and honest dialogue. This head lead to many speaking opportunities such as being interviewed on Global News Edmonton as well as other community engagements.
Besides, working, Mona loves to spend time with her friends and family, travelling and most of all she loves being a mom to her two children!