The Muslim American Society has always reiterated it’s commitment to Tarbiya and the intent to grow this core value. By the grace of Allah swt and the recent success of the Nurturing the Growth Ramadan Campaign, we have reached a milestone in our organization’s growth. We would like to introduce Ustatha Lobna Youssef Mulla as the first full-time National Tarbiya Program Director.
Ustatha Lobna was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley in California. She graduated from California State University, Northridge in Business Administration with a focus in Accounting. Ustatha Lobna served on the board of the Muslim Public Affairs Council for two years. She also worked as an accountant for ten years until she began her career as a mother. Ustatha Lobna moved to Egypt for three years with her husband, Sheikh Suhail Mulla, and her children where she studied Arabic, Qur’anic Recitation and Islamic Studies before moving back to the United States. Ustatha Lobna Mulla currently lives in Orange County, CA with her husband and four children.
Ustatha Lobna is an active member of MAS where she has been working with the youth for the past fifteen years in various capacities (organizing youth camps, mentoring, leading halaqas, community efforts and classes) as well as giving lectures nationwide. She writes for myvirtualmosque.com, a resource website addressing various topics pertaining to Muslims across the globe. She recently completed her Masters of Fine Arts in Screenwriting at Chapman University and is the creator of a YouTube channel, Double Shot Mocha, where she hopes to entertain and promote social awareness through humor.
Ustatha Lobna will be joining the Tarbiya Department as the Program Director in October. We welcome Ustatha
Lobna to our team and ask Allah swt to bless her efforts, make her path one of ease, and shower her with success in serving Allah swt and His creation.