I am Amal Douglas, a former City of London accountant and entrepreneur who studied Business Administration at what is now UTECH, in Kingston, Jamaica. I became Muslim in London around 30 years ago and now live in Norwich in the UK, where most people refer to me as Hajj Amal. I have written a number of publications that in a way sum up some of my main interests and expertise, including:
- Call of the Twice Removed (2016)
- Seven Secrets of Successful Fundraising (2011)
- Diary of a ‘Son of Africa’ (stage play 2007)
- Zakat - Raising a Fallen Pillar (2001)
- An Interview with Ralston X (1999)
As well as being an active and senior member of my local Muslim community I was also an active member of the Racial Equality Council and Chairman of a very active and successful Norfolk Black History Month Steering Committee. I currently give a lot of business advice and consultancy under the umbrella of Olympic Sprint Business Coaching including a weekly radio slot.