Yasmeen Mozawalla joined Turning Point’s Board in February 2023. Prior to this, for several years, Yasmeen served as the president of the Women’s Wing of the Memon Association of North America (MANA). As president, Yasmeen engaged in the empowerment of women and children, and frequently helped with mental health and domestic violence issues.
Yasmeen has also been an active volunteer with charitable organizations helping with doing food and clothing drives on Long Island and in upstate New York. Yasmeen also led the collection in Long Island for the Muslim Soup Kitchen Project ( MSK) based in Albany, NY to assist with the resettlement of Afghan refugee families. She is currently serving as chair of the Women’s Wing of the World Memon Organization of North America (WMO NA). As the chair, she attends conferences all over the world and has been honored and awarded for all of her efforts and community service. Yasmeen also organizes and runs “Marrymuslims”, an organization that helps young Muslims to connect.
Yasmeen Mozawalla is a graduate of Catholic medical center and worked there for several years. She is the mother of four grown up children and a grandmother of eighteen, with a passion for serving humanity and gardening