17 Berkshire

"Nursing, for me, was always a safe place. I loved taking care of people, so I went to nursing school. However, after I had kids, it was hard to leave them and work. So after my second child, I decided that I will stay home, realizing that this is very hard. To be at home and be reliant on someone else was just hard on me emotionally, despite the fact my husband was very supportive. Growing up, my mom always baked. She made me want to be just like Martha Stewart. During this time, I would bake just for fun and would post it on social media. One day, my friend asked me to make her wedding cake. From there, everything just spiraled from one thing to another. I would not be where I am today if

Mohamed Fofana

"I’ve had my ups and downs but through it all, I’ve maintained my faith and worked hard to earn everything that I’ve gotten with the help of Allah and my family. Being originally from Ivory Coast, West Africa, migrating to the States when I was 10 wasn’t easy but I always believed I was good enough to succeed here and make my dream come true. Here I am today working for the Memphis Grizzlies striving to turn those dreams into reality.I feel that athletically, Muslim athletes were the best in their profession in their prime. They paved the way for the generation after them and gave Muslim kids hope that they too can compete at the highest level and be great at it. Socially, they didn’t shy aw

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