Our mission

At Zoya, we're building software that helps the nearly two billion Muslims of the world align their faith with their finances. Our mission is to enable Muslims to take control of their financial future and to return Islamic finance to its true purpose.

Truth is, we're building Zoya to scratch our own itch. Every one of us is an investor, which means we have first-hand experience of the challenges in aligning our faith with our finances. We're deeply committed to solving that, and more.

Our team

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Saad Malik

Saad Malik
CEO & Co-Founder

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Bilal Quadri

Bilal Quadri
CTO & Co-Founder

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Taha Mansoor

Taha Mansoor
Data & Research

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Areeba Khan

Dr. Areeba Khan
Data & Research

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Muhammad Harfoush

Muhammad Harfoush
Designer

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Abdelrahman Elsaidy

Abdelrahman Elsaidy
Engineer

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Hazmi Irfan

Hazmi Irfan
Engineer

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Mustafa Sibaa

Mustafa Sibaa
Engineer

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Ahmed Barakat

Ahmed Barakat
Engineer

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Farhan Chowdhury

Farhan Chowdhury
Community Manager

Our advisors

Joe Bradford

Joe Bradford

Sheikh Joe Bradford is an entrepreneur and an American scholar of Islam. He is the cofounder of MyWassiyah, an online Islamic estate planning service. Previously, he was a VP and Senior Shariah Consultant for AlRajhi Bank, the largest Islamic Bank in the Middle East. He holds a Master of Islamic Law from the University of Medina, and has studied traditionally in the Muslim world for the past 20+ years. Joe is sought after as an ethical finance advisor to individuals and institutions at home and abroad.

Umer Khan

Umer Khan

Sheikh Umer Khan studied Islamic sciences at an advanced level with Sheikh Mohammad Akram Nadwi, and graduated with the highest marks in his class in his formal Shahādah al-‘Ālimiyyah degree (License in Islamic Scholarship) from Al-Salam Institute, authorized by Dar al-ʻUlūm Nadwat al-ʻUlamā', Lucknow, India. He also completed a Dars-e-Niẓāmī dawrah of the six canonical books of hadīth with Sheikh Uthman Khan. Sheikh Umer completed his iftā' (License to Give Islāmic Legal Verdicts) from Darulifta Birmingham. Sheikh Umer has a Masters in Finance (UPenn Wharton) and another Masters in Islamic Finance. He is a VP at SpaceX and a partner at Mentors Fund.