Sarah S. Alfadl Founder and Chair
Born in Cairo, Egypt and educated at the Deutsche Evangelische Oberschule in Egypt and the American Community School in Lebanon, Sarah continued her education in the United States, earning an undergraduate degree in History and a graduate degree in Anthropology at Stanford University. Sarah followed these accomplishments with legal studies at the Law School of the University of Pennsylvania. She has been a Member of the PA Bar since May of 1987, and was in private practice from 1990 to 2012. Sarah formed The Austelle Foundation in 2009.
Margaret Hunting Member and Executive Director
Margaret joined the Austelle Foundation as Executive Director after many years of practicing law. Her legal career included a number of years representing the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, first as Deputy Attorney General, Chief Counsel of the Human Relations Division and most recently as Chief Counsel for the Board of Claims. Now with grandchildren, Margaret is delighted to be forwarding the work of the Austelle Foundation and its beneficiaries. She is deeply committed to the goals of the Foundation to protect the environment, serve veterans returning from combat and support the work of Islamic charities in pursuing peace for our global community and all our children.
Noura Alfadl-Andreasson Member
Noura spent much of her childhood playing outside in the beautiful green landscape of Pennsylvania or in the wild woods of Idaho. In high school, she had the opportunity to travel abroad to Europe, China and North Africa, as well as live with students from all over the world. When she was 22 she took a road trip throughout the western United States, stopping at several national parks such as Yellowstone, Zion and Chaco Canyon. In college, she wrote for her school newspaper while earning a degree in Communications with a minor in Business. Noura believes in the great potential of the American people and the unrelenting natural beauty of the country. She is passionate about serving others and building safe, healthy communities.