Bismillah hir Rahmanir Rahim.
In the name of God Most Gracious Most Merciful.
Last night I became the President of MSA National.
To be honest I am terrified. This position is such an Amana or Trust. It is an honor and a huge responsibility; a blessing and a weight.
As I look to the future all I know is I want to help Muslim Students and serve Allah. I want to help lead the organization towards that goal.
While people will debate the methods I know so many people have the same goal. Thus while I'm nervous, I am so excited about the future. As a community we have the opportunity to move forward and come closer together. As an individual I have the opportunity to serve my fellow brothers and sisters.
Tonight I will meet with my fellow MSA National officers and start planning for the future. Alhamduillah during the 2007 Zonal conferences we completed a survey to get their feedback on how MSA National can help them. There are other online surveys that we will use to plan the future.
My fellow officers are masha'Allah amazing. Former MSA Presidents, a council chair, and conference chairs they have been so active at the local level. They bring their grassroots perspective and experiences to the National level.
Insha'Allah I will find time over the next few weeksto post what I can and share how the officers of MSA National are planning to help students.
May Allah bless our efforts and make us among those He guides.