Vision & Goals


MUC BOT vision consists of not only being a model community for its community members, but also for the American Muslim community and society-at-large. MUC Board of Trustees have identified some strategic goals for the next 5-10 years addressing key elements of the goals and vision of MUC:

Strategic Goal

Alignment with Mission and Vision

Goal 1: Achieve Financial Self-sufficiency and SustainabilityProvide financial ability for MUC to “provide religious, social, and educational services”
Goal 2: Improve Community EducationEnsure that educational services “enable the community to fulfill its responsibilities and contribute to the betterment of society”
Goal 3: Manage GrowthFocusing on the ability of MUC to “provide religious, social, and educational services” to a growing community
Goal 4: Improve Organizational Excellence and Operational EfficiencyEnsure that MUC “embodies and exemplifies leadership and excellence”
Goal 5: Improve Community SatisfactionEnsure that MUC “embodies and exemplifies leadership and excellence”
Goal 6: Nurture a American Muslim Identity and Strengthen Relationship with SocietyAssist our community to “contribute to the betterment of society” and “foster peace”

BOT Responsibilities: goals and vision of the center, expansion, guidance and support to BOD, bylaws management and commitment, elections of BOD, Imams/Spiritual Leadership management, and Executive director recruiting and management.

2020 BOT Officers and Members

  • Dr. Abdulsalam Al-Kassab
  • Br. Osman Basha
  • Br. Ahmad Dabliz
  • Dr. Fadi Demashkieh
  • Dr. Mahmoud El-Gamal
  • Br. Talha Hares
  • Dr. Muhammad Kashlan – Chairman
  • Br. Abubakr Sheikh
  • Br. Yasir Zaidi
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