After a degree in Maths and Computer Science, Zohra qualified as a high school teacher through Teach First. She worked in the technology and telecoms sector for a number of years before reading for an MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School.
Taking her expertise to the non-profit sector, she was an integral facilitator of management information projects at the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, and assisted in creating the organisation strategy and grant making strategy at Comic Relief.
Zohra runs Halal Gems, the UK's leading halal dining platform. Their apps have reached the Top 10 on both the App and Play Store in several countries.
Zohra and her team recently hosted London's biggest food festival, Street Eats.
She produces and presents her own TV show in the UK, The Curious Foodie (linkto: http://britishmuslim.tv/curiousfoodie.html), on BMTV (Sky Channel 845), and has won BAFTA for her work on Muslims Like Us, the BBC factual documentary aired in December 2016.
Zohra’s passion is transparency in the food chain, and she encourages people to ask ‘Whats in my food?’. Her background is in strategy and innovation, across the telecoms, media, technology, entertainment and non profit sectors.