Aisha Arshad is a motivational speaker for American Muslims. Her most popular talk, “How to Be Unapologetically Muslim While Living Your Best Life”, has been well-received at masjids and MSAs in Michigan and beyond, including Cornell, IAGD, MCWS Youth, the University of Michigan Dearborn, and the Islamic Foundation of Lincoln.
In 2020 she developed a mentorship program for sisters called The Strong Believer, where she coaches Muslim women on how to step up without burning out.
Aisha is the Academics Head for Qabeelah Ittihaad, which is the Michigan chapter of AlMaghrib, where she co-hosts their weekly online halaqa. And she is a certified speaker with ING MidWest where she delivers educational presentations about Islam and Muslims to schools, colleges, and other community organizations.
In 2016 she was part of the research team at ISPU on the Muslims for American Progress (MAP) study, where she interviewed over 40 Muslims in Michigan on their contributions to American society.
Aisha holds a Master’s in Educational Technology, a Bachelor’s in IT, and a Higher Diploma in Islamic Studies, and has studied personal and professional growth for the last 25 years.