Alumni Achievements

Alumni Achievements

Wadha Salem Alathba

College of Islamic Studies (CIS) , Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU)
Major: Public Policy in Islam (2015)

Wadha Salem Alathba, a CIS graduate from the Class of 2015, continued her education by becoming a certified trainer and life coach in Qatar. Currently, she works as a Community Outreach Specialist at Qatar Free Zones Authority, while also inspiring HBKU students and alumni as a motivational trainer.

Vahid Suljic

College of Islamic Studies (CIS) , Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU)
Major: Public Policy in Islam (2017)

Vahid Suljic, a CIS graduate from the Class of 2017, has been actively engaged in community activities both locally and internationally. He presented his research on human trafficking to United Nations member states at the Doha Youth Forum and has also been a project manager and coordinator for a three year-long study funded by the Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF). Along with being involved in several extracurricular activities during his time at HBKU, he also participated in several volunteering initiatives and youth work, such as with Qatar Charity, Reach Out to Asia (ROTA), and Qatar Foundation, and was a speaker at the Annual Youth Education and Empowerment Summit in 2018.

Faten Ashour, a CHSS graduate from the class of 2020, has launched her own translation business which provides different types of translation services to several governmental and local institutions in Qatar. Additionally, she is currently an HBKU student ambassador who represents CHSS on social media platforms, aiming to share her experiences with the local community while informing the public of the services and activities provided by the Translation and Interpreting Institute (TII).

Alhassan Abdul Rahman

College of Islamic Studies (CIS), Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU)
Major: Islamic Thought and Applied Ethics (2019)

Alhassan Abdul Rahman, a CIS graduate from the Class of 2019, was President of the Student Council at CIS, a volunteer for Reach Out to Asia (ROTA)’s Adult Arabic Literacy Program, and was involved in several other co-curricular activities during his time at HBKU. Due to his educational background at HBKU and several academic achievements, he has gone on to acquire doctoral admission at the Ohio State University in the United States.

Khadeja Ahmed Albuhaliqa

College of Islamic Studies (CIS), Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU)
Major: Public Policy (2015)

Khadeja Ahmed Albuhaliqa, a CIS graduate from the Class of 2015, has represented Qatar in several international conferences and events for youth and social work, and leadership initiatives. Khadeja was a speaker at the ADAPT International Convention and Successful Women Forum in 2020 and has also represented Qatar in United Nations conferences and events in DC, NewYork, Spain,Germany, and several others. She also held the role of Vice President for the Youth Advisory Committee for the Ministry of Culture and Sports from 2017-now. She also works as Youth Counselor for the Youth Affair department she is focusing on developing Qatari youth to reach their maximum.