Founder and CEO
Lena founded The Mosaic Community Trust in 2006 with a vision to tackle religious intolerance and prejudice. She is an international development professional, dedicated to community empowerment and with a successful international development career spanning 30+ years.
Lena is a strong voice for the unrepresented BAME community in North Westminster, advocating for equality in health care provision within the health and wellbeing sector. Lena is a qualified Nutritionist and a Social Development Specialist with expertise in training and applying therapeutic Ayurvedic massage for mental health and well being.
Heike manages Mosaic’s programme of work in the Church Street, Maida Vale and Harrow Road areas. She is responsible for monitoring and evaluation, systems development and fundraising. Heike makes use of her extensive experience in the international development sector, applying good practice community development tools and models to Mosaic’s programme maximising the organisation’s impact.
Community Empowerment Officer
Habiba co-ordinates Mosaic’s community empowerment work. As one of our frontline workers she focuses on supporting the training and skills development of Mosaic’s Community Advocates. Habiba provides one to one emotional and wellbeing support to vulnerable BAME women in the Harrow Road and Maida Vale areas.
Community Outreach Co-ordinator
Fahmida co-ordinates Mosaic’s community outreach work. In her role she reaches out to vulnerable and disadvantaged women in the BAME community, supporting them to join our courses and better integrate into British Society and local Church Street community. Fahmida also supports in the monitoring of Mosaic’s community based activities and provides administrative and logistical support to the training sessions.
Community Mobilisation Officer
Janatul works closely with the BAME community in Church Street. She reaches out to disadvantaged and vulnerable women and establishes connections between families and the health and wellbeing community resources available to them. Janatul also coordinates English language classes for functional literacy and facilitates life-style improvement sessions.
Community Engagement Officer (Harrow Road and Maida Vale)
Rabia’s work focuses on supporting the needs of the BAME community in the Harrow Road and Maida Vale areas. She engages with those families who are most at risk, supporting them to access local health and wellbeing services relevant to their needs.
Community Relations Officer
Shazia responds to the needs of isolated and vulnerable BAME women in Church Street through tailored support and advice on the local health and wellbeing services available to them. As one of Mosaic’s Community Advocates, she is based in the community and valued as a key local asset. She is a trained community health champion, community mental health advocate and therapeutic massage therapist.
Community Health and Wellbeing Officer (Church Street)
Luula focuses on the health and wellbeing of BAME women in Church Street. As a Community Advocate, she supports those women most at risk with tools and advice on how to improve their mental and physical health.
Community Health and Wellbeing Officer (Harrow Road and Maida Vale)
Fateha works with BAME women in the Harrow Road and Maida Vale areas, supporting these women to improve their mental health as well as responding to their wellbeing needs. She provides women with tools and advice on how to change their lifestyle and become more engaged in their local community.
Community Health and Wellbeing Officer (Church Street- Arabic Speaking)
Malika focuses on the health and wellbeing of Arabic speaking women in Church Street. As a Community Advocate, she supports those women most at risk with tools and advice on how to improve their mental and physical health.
Mosaic’s community based massage therapists, trained in therapeutic massage for pain and stress relief, as emotional health and well-being advocates and community health and well being champions.