Alicia Strong
Executive Director

Alicia is a well-known young activist in the Connecticut area who is currently President of the Muslim Student Association Council of Connecticut. She also sat on the Muslim Leadership Association of Connecticut, and has led voter registration drives at 10 masjids across the state. She has worked closely with Senator Blumenthal providing local support for his opposition to the nomination of Jeff Sessions as US Attorney General.

Alicia has a compelling personal story. She grew up in New Britain, Connecticut where she witnessed firsthand the plight of the inner city. Her mother's family is from Puerto Rico and he father is African American. She converted to Islam as a senior in high school after learning about Islam in her World History class. She speaks fluent Spanish and works with other Latino converts. Alicia is currently a student at Wesleyan University where she is finishing her degree in Government and Religion.

Hoda Mousa
Administrative Assistant / Community Organizer

Hoda, whose mother is American and her father Egyptian, was born in Middletown, Connecticut and raised in Cairo, Egypt. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the Faculty of Economics and Political Sciences from the University of Cairo. She has over 13 years of professional experience, 8 of which were in the role of Executive Assistant to managing directors in different industries. For the past three years, she has lived in Bristol, Connecticut with her family.


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CAIR-CT also offers Friday khutbas to local masaajid and Islamic centers throughout CT in order to educate the community about the issues that are affecting our Muslim community.



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