Connection is fundamental to us a spiritual beings. When we are connected, we operate at our full capacity, and love and generosity permeates in everything we do.
Dr. Adeola Oke, Ibada Program Coordinator
Dr. Adeola Oke is a daughter, wife, and mother of five. Adeola is a Clinical Pharmacy Provider with a Bachelor's in Nursing and Master's in Public Health. When Adeola moved to the Phoenix area in 2015, her heart ached for a gathering of like-minded Muslims constantly on a journey to improve their connection with Allah. Her heart found solace through Good Tree's deep, introspective discussions of the Qur'an and learning the language of the Qur'an.
Adeola always prays to Allah to make it possible for her to use her talents to serve the ummah. Allah has granted that prayer in numerous ways, and one of the
manifestations is serving as the Ibada Coordinator for Good Tree. As the Ibada Coordinator, Adeola gets the pleasure of coordinating and motivating people to achieve goals that weigh heavily on their scales of good deeds. How awesome is that? Adeola is grateful to Allah for this opportunity.
Shaunice Lacy, Sadeeq Lead Coordinator
Shaunice is a Floridian, who moved to Arizona in 2018, and is a registered nurse. She enjoys dancing, journaling, hiking, hosting family brunches, playing board/card games and doing puzzles with her daughters.
Shaunice was introduced to Good Tree shortly after moving to Arizona. "Good Tree has felt like home since day one, always welcoming and uplifting" she said. Shaunice volunteers to help her Good Tree family to share the blessings they provide spiritually and emotionally.