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Meet The Board

Bilal Ali Muslim - Founder/President


Bilal A. Muslim was born in Newark, NJ where he attended public school until the age of 12 years old. Bilal and family then moved to Camden, NJ whereas he continued his schooling there. Bilal attended one year at Camden County Community College and majored in Criminal Justice.

In 1999, Bilal then began working for the Department of Law and Public Safety (The Juvenile Justice Commission). While working with and for at-risk youth, Bilal wanted to have a greater impact on the lives of the young men and women along with implementing more of an effective change and desire to become an administrator. Bilal has served, as the Assistant Superintendent of substance abuse program for girls for 6 years. Bilal was promoted to be Superintendent in 2008, whereas he serviced young men of two substance abuse programs for 8 years and currently servicing young men of mental health/substance abuse program since August of 2016.

Bilal has served as the treasurer of the NAACP (Willingboro) branch for 2 years and is currently the chairman of Public Safety and Criminal Justice committees. 

Bilal is the CEO and Founder of "Fighting 4 Youth", a Non-Profit, 501C(3) mentoring program for at-risk youth and adolescents. 

Bilal continues his education in the field of Criminial Justice.

Rebecca Kaul - Secretary

Rebecca Kaul is a Licensed Social Worker in the state of New Jersey.   She was a double major in Psychology and Criminal Justice while an  undergraduate at Rutgers University, New Brunswick.  Rebecca then went  on to pursue her Master in Social Work with a concentration in Clinical  Practice with Children and Families at Monmouth University.  She has  tailored her studies, field experiences and career to working with  at-risk youth of all backgrounds.

Siwatu Wilson - Treasurer

Siwatu Wilson was introduced at an early age to various science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs. These experiences solidified her interest in technology and led her to Tuskegee University to attain her B.S. in Electrical Engineering. While there, she interned with several leading manufacturing companies, including Eli Lilly & Co., Chrysler Corp. and Anheuser Busch. Upon graduation, she continued her engineering pursuits, working as a Project Engineer at Kimberly-Clark Corp. and serving as a Board Member of a minority engineering program that focused on attracting minority youth to careers in STEM fields.
Yearning to use her gifts for the betterment of humanity, Ms. Wilson decided to pause her engineering career to attend Howard University School of Law, hoping to have a more direct impact on underserved communities. While in law school, she interned for the EPA and NAACP headquarters. Upon graduation, however, she was presented with an opportunity to teach math to at-risk high school students in Texas. She embarked on this opportunity for three years before returning to the New Jersey area. 
Ms. Wilson worked for five years as a Legal Specialist in the mortgage industry, specializing in foreclosure and bankruptcy litigation. In 2018, she joined the Juvenile Justice Commission and returned to teaching mathematics to at-risk youth.  
In her community, Ms. Wilson has been an active member of the NAACP since 1998. She currently serves as the Education Chair and Treasurer of the Southern Burlington County NAACP and the Secretary of the NJ State Conference NAACP's Prison Committee. 

Keyosha Bauldock - Board Member

Keyosha Bauldock was born and raised in Trenton, NJ where she attended Trenton Central High School. Throughout high school she was actively involved in the Varsity cheerleading team. During her freshman year of high school she was chosen to participate in New Jersey SEEDS’ College Preparatory Program, an experience that would change her familial legacy. In 2018, Keyosha graduated from Rutgers University with her Bachelors degree in Social Work, making her the first in her family to attend and graduate from a 4-year institution. Immediately after graduation, Keyosha was offered a Project Coordinator at HomeFront in Lawrenceville, NJ in which she was given the task of assisting families who have housing vouchers with moving to family friendly neighborhoods. As a result of her hard work and dedication, Keyosha was accepted into an accelerated program and received her Masters in Social Work just one year later. Keyosha’s natural love for helping children and giving back to her community is what ultimately led her to her current position on the Board of Fighting 4 Youth.