In conversation with Mohamed Mohideen, President of the Islamic Council of Victoria (ICV)
“Lecturer in Microbiology at Monash University, in a quiet corner of the dense metropolitan environment of Melbourne’s South East, recently elected President of the Islamic Council of Victoria (ICV) Mohamed Mohideen can be found presiding over the many obligations he owes to his faith. Now going on to over 20 years of volunteering for which, on December 5th or International Volunteer Day, he received the prestigious Victorian Premier’s Volunteer Champion Award for leadership, Mohamed has become a vibrant figure of community values and outstanding citizenry. Holding high hopes for the ICV, Mohamed describes his will to persevere in working to enhance the capacity of community organisation in the promotion of beneficial outcomes for all facets of Victorian society.”
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