Dr. Fadila Grine is the director of Family and Social Affairs at the organization of Islamic cooperation, she is a member of the Council of Muslim Women in OIC member states. She is a strong advocate of the significant role held by family and women in all fields of development. Her interests include women, family, elderly, youth, marriage, leadership and culture. Formerly, while a Visiting Associate Professor to the Department of Islamic History and Civilization, University of Malaya, Malaysia; she served as Head of Research and also the Head the International Bureau of Consultancy and Training. Fadila obtained her Masters from IIUM and her PhD in Islamic Culture and Civilization from the Academy of Islamic Studies, University of Malaya. She published several papers in her field. Fadila is furthermore an accomplished life coach, as well as a consultant for marriage and family affairs. Fadila has worked as a cultural consultant with the Edmonton Public School Board of Alberta, Canada. She is an acting member of a number of international committees, boards and panels on women and family, and has engaged extensively with youth work and development. Fadila has also conducted a broad range of workshops and trainings on marriage, parenting, women in education, research and leadership, among many others.