Yasmine Mohammed

Yasmine is the Founder of FHFM. As well as volunteering her time to our causes, she is also a writer, activist, and college instructor.

Learn more about Yasmine here.

Jimmy Bangash

Jimmy is the resident Life Coach at FHFM. He is an ExMuslim activist that works closely with many organizations including Council of ExMuslims of Britain and Faith to Faithless.Learn more about Jimmy here.

Scott Douglas Jacobsen

Scott is the Founder of In-Sight: Independent Interview-Based Journal and In-Sight Publishing. He works for science and human rights, especially women’s rights, Indigenous rights, labor rights, and children’s rights. He considers the modern scientific and technological world the foundation for the provision of the basics of human life throughout the world and advancement of human rights as the universal movement among peoples everywhere. He authored/co-authored some e-books, free or low-cost. Contact: Scott.D.Jacobsen@Gmail.com. 

Diane Ross

Diane  was raised an atheist and to question everything. She became interested in Eastern Women’s rights by listening to the stories and challenges women face in their country of origin, as well as in the West. 

Diane writes about the confusion and hypocrisies facing the West with the rise of censorship.

Rivka Leah Goldstein

Rivka is a Licensed Practical Nurse Health and Wellnesss professional and a Yoga Instructor with a concentration in trauma and injury recovery. In addition she is a secular and political activist, public speaker and unabashed freethinker. 

Obaid Omer

Obaid was born in India, grew up in Canada where he currently lives. He left Islam in his teens due to inconsistencies with science and the lack of evidence provided by religion. Obaid is a proponent of free speech and secularism. Obaid also is a co-host for the Heretics Corner podcast focusing on highlighting issues and dealing with apostasy.


Ghada is a Saudi national that grew up in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. Her family is fundamentalist Shia Muslim. Ghada was a practicing Muslim until researching women’s roles in Islam and reading on theology and jurisprudence. She left Islam in 2011, while studying engineering in the United States. She is now a speaker for ExMuslims of North America.


Moad is a Saudi national that has now moved to the US. He is an outspoken freethinker who has interviewed our generation's great minds like Daniel Dennett and Steven Pinker.

Moad is also the writer of the Let There Be Man webcomic.

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