During this time, Rachel was also involved in national policy reviews and national guideline development for various projects relating to people with diabetes.
In 2015 Rachel completed a Master of Science (Diabetes) with a project to evaluate the ADEA mentoring program.
When Humaira Mubeen graduated from college in 2012, she fumbled around for a place that felt true to her.
In 2007, Rachel obtained a Graduate Certificate (Diabetes Education), as well as establishing a private dietetics and diabetes education consultation practice in Perth of which she was the Director until 2011.From 2011-2013 Rachel continued clinical work as a Diabetes Dietitian and Diabetes Educator for NSW Health.But then she discovered a group of like-minded friends on a tiny listserv called “Mipsterz” — Muslim Hipsters — and began to create a community of her own.* “The listserv started as a joke,” she says — but it soon became much more. ” A year later, those conversations led Mubeen to create the website Hipster Shaadi, its name playing off the Indian matrimonial site shaadi.com, a favorite platform of immigrant parents wanting to fix up their American children with nice Muslim prospects back home.For millennial Muslims of South Asian extraction, Shaadi — with its tone-deaf profiles in awkward English and requests for “wheatish or fair complexions only” — is usually invoked as a punch line.After attaining a Bachelor of Health Science (Nutrition and Dietetics) at the University of Newcastle in 2002, Rachel spent 3 years working in Inpatient/Outpatient Service roles within various locations in New South Wales and Victoria within the public health system.
This work experience provided Rachel with clear insight into the needs of patients with diabetes and a desire to develop a meaningful career in this field.
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There’s the obvious drama factor—always-quotable Paula called this season “drama’s wet dream”*—but this season also addresses a lot of concerns I have about challenge format.
First of all, I almost always prefer individual or paired competitions (like One problem with individual or paired challenges is that they often separate the guys and girls, meaning that there are essentially two challenges taking place simultaneously, which dampens the competition.
They include Halaler, Muzmatch, Salaam Swipe, Half Our Deen (after the Koranic verse “When a man marries, he has fulfilled half of the deen,” deen being Arabic for ), Muslima, Crescent, and Minder.