skip to Main Content

U.S. Board Member

Hadiya Bomani, BS, MS, LCPC-c is the founder of Jannah Holistic Health, a counseling and therapeutic practice dedicated to offering affordable, accessible services to underserved communities. She received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida, followed by a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA. Her expertise and interest include local, national, and international health/wellness initiatives to increase the quality of life at individual and collective levels.

Hadiya has served as an advocate for the Atlanta Muslim community working alongside Inner-city Muslim Action Network (IMAN Atlanta) and ICNA Relief. She has developed group programs to provide youth a safe space for personal growth and development, counseling services for survivors of Domestic Abuse, and has grown to include immigrant/refugee populations. Hadiya now offers her specialties in depression/anxiety, trauma recovery, and identity development to the Lewiston/Auburn and Greater Portland area non-profit/community based organizations.

In her own words, Hadiya explains why she serves on Nurture All Afric Foundation’s Board.

“Becoming a part of Nurture All Afric was a most natural decision. Every human being deserves to thrive, irrespective of their circumstances or where they come from. We are intricately connected, therefore, we have a collective responsibility to ensure the wellbeing of others, as we would want for our own selves. Nurture All Afric Foundation, its partners, and members are reflective of this value. Being a part of such work is an honor and privilege.”

Back To Top