Abul Mintu originally hails from Bangladesh, but has spent most of his life in Australia after arriving here in the late 80s. Working as an Industrial Engineer and purchasing manager for several companies, he also became involved in numerous volunteer roles – including as part of a transport support team for the 2000s Sydney Olympics.
His name can be found displayed at a tribute to Olympic Volunteers at the ‘Games Memories’ artwork in front of the ANZ Stadium.
Outside ICNSW, he is the former Vice president of the Bangladesh Islamic Centre, a founding member of the Campbelltown Muslim Welfare Centre and was an active contributor during the development of Dee Why Mosque. He also worked as an Islamic Prison Chaplain at Parklea correctional center.
Abul remains actively involved in contributing to various community, charity and volunteer roles in addition to his role in several to ICNSW projects.