Noor Salem is an author, speaker, and a certified holistic health coach originally from North Carolina. After earning a Bachelor’s in Communications from the University of Michigan within two years, she successfully received her graduate certification as a holistic health coach from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, the world’s largest educational institution for nutrition.
Noor has been known in the Michigan community for years due to her service and experience as a youth adviser, organizer, and counselor for numerous youth camps, such as AOF and the MMYC (Michigan Muslim Youth Council) conference. She currently serves as the girls' youth director at Muslim Community Mosque in Michigan, as well as the Ameerah (co-President) of Qabeelah Ittihaad, AlMaghrib Institute's Michigan chapter. Additionally, Noor works as a holistic health coach as well as a columnist for several outlets, such as The Muslim Observer, and a freelance researcher and writer for numerous health institutes and academics. Her works include the sought-out book, "Sunnah Superfoods," a culmination of life-changing recipes and remedies, with a foreword by Dr. Waleed Basyouni, the second edition of which launched in late 2017. Noor is currently pursuing a diploma from the Islamic Online University and has been in the process of acquiring a Bachelor’s degree from Al-Maghrib Institute, completing various courses in the subjects of Qur’anic Sciences, Islamic Creed, and Fiqh. Her most recent hobbies include photography, hiking, and spoken word.