Ramia Abdo Sultan is a lawyer, wife, and a mother.
Ramia was born and raised in Australia and is also of Palestinian heritage. Ramia studied a Bachelor of Laws at UTS and she runs her own legal practice in Sydney.
Ramia also graduated with Distinction in a Master of Islamic Studies from Charles Sturt University, and is currently serving on the Executive Committee of the Gaza Children’s Fund Inc., a not for profit humanitarian organisation seeking to aid and empower women and children in Gaza.
Ramia has also been recently appointed as Community Relations Advisor for the Australian National Imams Council (ANIC), an organisation consisting of Muslim Imams, clerics and Islamic scholars across Australia. She is the first female to be appointed by ANIC.
Ramia currently sits on various committees which seek to impart positive change to society including an advisory committee with the Australian Human Rights Commission for the project “Sharing the stories of Australian Muslims: National Consultations on hate, racism, islamophobia and social cohesion.