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Dana is a senior education lead across PE and PSHE who has experienced sport at International level. In 2000 she became the first Muslim and Arab woman to compete for England internationally and in 2008 was the first Hijabi Muslim woman to qualify to teach PE in England. It is Dana’s aim to inspire a lifelong passion for movement, for everyone. Within education, she is an experienced facilitator with a passion for creative pedagogy.
Her present focus is about developing wellbeing through PE. She has developed an annual programme inspired by the ‘Random Act of Kindness’ movement to challenge discrimination, prejudice and celebrate diversity within schools. She has also raised in excess of £100,000 to take students around the globe to compete in sport and experience diverse cultures.
In 2012, Dana carried the Olympic Torch. Dana was a trustee of the Muslim Sports Foundation (MSF) 2017-2020, previously, the MWSF (Muslim Women’s Sport Foundation). In this role she offered support and insight into the barriers faced by BAME athletes from participation to elite level. Dana is presently on the Board for Chance to Shine and an advisor to the Sport and Recreation Alliance. She has extensive media experience; talking about change, authenticity and visibility internationally.