Imam Omar Suleiman is the President of the Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research and a professor of Islamic Studies at Southern Methodist University. He's also the resident scholar of the Valley Ranch Islamic Center, and Co-Chair of Faith Forward Dallas at Thanks-Giving Square, a multi-faith alliance for peace and justice. Originally from New Orleans, LA, he began his journey of traditional Islamic learning in the year 2000 and has spent years studying in the United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Malaysia, etc. Upon becoming certified in various traditional sciences, he completed a Bachelor's degree in Islamic law, a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, a Master's degree in Islamic Finance, a Master's Degree in Political History, and is in the process of completing his PhD from the International Islamic University of Malaysia in Islamic Thought and Civilization.
Mizanur Rahman Azhari is a Bangladeshi Islamic scholar, public speaker and Islamic preacher. He completed his under graduate degree from Department of Tafsir and Quranic Science at Al Azhar University, Kairo, Egypt. Currently he is a Ph.D candidate at International Islamic University, Malaysia.
Siraj Wahaj, Imam of Masjid At-Taqwa in New York is well known among Muslims in North America as a dynamic speaker and tireless supporter of Islamic causes. Imam Siraj Wahhaj, currently the Imam of Masjid Al-Taqwa in Brookyn, New York, accepted Islam in 1969. He received Imam training at Ummul Qura University of Makkah in 1978 and has gone on to become a national and international speaker on Islam. He received high praises from the media and NYPD for initiating anti-drug patrol in Brooklyn, New York in 1988. Imam Wahhaj was the first person to give an Islamic invocation to the United States Congress.
Suhaib Webb is a Graduate of University of Central Oklahoma with a background in Education & Azhar University from the College of Shariah (Islamic Law). Imam Suhaib has served various communities in North America and is currently the founder of S.W.I.S.S. He frequently shares advice, lessons & "SnapWas" on his SnapChat. He currently resides in New York serving as Scholar in Residence at the Islamic Center at NYU
Imam Dalouer is the current national president of Muslim Ummah of North America (MUNA). He is also the Imam and Khatib of Baitul Mamur Masjid, Brooklyn, NY. He served as a Shura member and executive director of MUNA on several terms. Imam Dalouer attained his Master's in Hadith Studies from Madrasha Board in Dhaka and Master's in Theology and Islamic Studies from Islamic University of Khostia, Bangladesh. He has published many books on Islam, most notably "Taqwa and Muthaqi," and several Islamic research articles published in newspapers and magazines. He is a frequent speaker at Islamic events and has emerged as one of the renowned Islamic scholars in Muslim Community.
Mohamed AbuTaleb serves as the Imam of the Islamic Association of Raleigh. He is a lifelong student of the Quran and Islamic studies, has studied with a number of credentialed scholars and teachers and has been blessed to memorize the Holy Quran. Mohamed has pursued seminary training through the Cambridge Islamic College and Al-Salam Institute in the United Kingdom, and studied under teachers trained at Islamic universities in India, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Jordan, and Egypt. Mohamed Abu Taleb also shares a love of science and reason and completed his Ph.D. and Master's degrees in electrical engineering from MIT along with degrees in physics and mathematics from the University of Maryland.
Abdullah Al Amin is a prominent Bangladeshi Islamic scholar, public speaker and Islamic preacher.
Sheikh Majed Mahmoud is one of the leading activists of Da'wah in United Sates of America. With his heart-touching reminders and soft approach, Ustadh Majed makes Islam digestible and beloved to people of all ages. A Hafidh of Quran, Ustadh Majed is a shining example for students seeking growth and development within Islamic Studies. Ustad Majed has traveled around the world lecturing about different aspects of Islam. In his pursuit for Islamic studies, he completed a Bachelor's degree in Islamic Jurisprudence & Legal Theory from Al-Madinah International University. He also completed a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Windsor and a Master's degree in Business Administration from Wayne State University.
Dr. Altaf Husain: Dr. Altaf Husain has a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering, a M.S. and Ph.D. in Social Work. He serves as Executive Assistant for Academic Affairs in the Office of the Provost at Howard University and is a double alumnus of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. He was elected as ISNA Vice President in 2014 and served formerly as a board member and chair of the Leadership Development Committee. His past service to the community includes serving as a two-term national president of the Muslim Students Association and an executive committee member of the Muslim Alliance in North America.
Brother Abu Ahmed Nuruzzaman is a Former President of Muslim Ummah Of North America. A prolific speaker, Brother Nuruzzaman is an early childhood educator in New York City.
Imam Hassan Akbar was born and raised in New York City. He is the president and founder of Nafsin Wahida, an organization dedicated to reinvigorate Islamic Dawah. He is the Imam of the MAS Youth Center in Brooklyn NY. Imam Hassan hold a master's degree in Islamic Studies and is currently pursuing his PhD in Islamic Studies from American Open University. In 2014 he earned his Bachelor's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering from New York City College of Technology. He is a Certified Islamic Inheritance Distributor and lectures at colleges and conferences worldwide and has authored several books which are carried by Dar-us-Salam Bookstores across the U. S.
Dr. Syedur R. Chowdhury is an anesthesiologist in Flushing, New York and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area. He received his medical degree from Chittagong Medical College and has been in practice for more than 20 years. Dr. Syedur Rahman Chowdhury is National Vice President of MUNA. And he is responsible for education and leadership development within MUNA. He is also facilitating the activities of MUNA Youth and Young Sisters of MUNA. Before his current responsibility, he served as National President, Vice President, Secretary General, Director of education, Director of women wing of MUNA. He has been elected as member of MUNA National Shura many times. He was graduated from Chittagong University, Bangladesh. After migrating to USA, he went through various postgraduate education and training. He has been employed in the health care field.
National Executive Director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) in Washington, DC, America's largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization. Nihad Awad is featured in The Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Centre's "500 Most Influential Muslims 2009." Arabian Business magazine ranked Mr. Awad among 100 of the "World's Most Influential Arabs" for 2010.
Imam Abu Samiha Sirajul Islam graduated from the International Islamic University Malaysia with communication and Islamic revealed knowledge in 1995 and attained a Master of LIS in 1997 also from IIUM. Taught computing and communication at Olympia College Kuala Lumpur from 1997-2000. Currently working as High School social studies teacher at Brooklyn, New York. Khatib and a Board member of Brooklyn Islamic Center. He was a former Shura member of MUNA and Former Director of MUNA Youth. Currently the National Joint Director of Education, MUNA.
Oussama Jamal is the Secretary General of US council of Muslim Organizations, an Umbrella organization of national, regional, and local Muslim organizations. He is also the chairman of MAS –PACE, the public affairs and civic engagement Division of Muslim American Society. He is also the Mosque foundation, Bridgeview, IL and board member of Metro-Industrial Area foundation. He also serves on the State department's sub-committee on International religious freedom. Br. Oussama served in different capacity including Fox Valley Muslim Community Center, IL and former president of Council of Arab organizations, IL. He also chaired the steering committee for ISNA's annual convention for three consecutive years.
Dr. Ayman Hammous is the executive director of Muslim American society. Dr. Ayman was a founding member of many local MAS projects including the first MAS Youth Center in the country. He was also president of the Muslim American Society of New York, an elected national General Assembly and Board of Trustees member, and an elected Vice President of MAS National.
Dr. Sayyid M. Syeed is the former National Director of ISNA's Office for Interfaith and Community Alliances in Washington, DC. Before heading the Washington office, he served for 12 years as ISNA Secretary General. He served as President of MSA and pioneered its transformation into ISNA. He's also formerly served as Secretary General of the International Islamic Federation of Student Organizations (IIFSO), General Secretary of the Association of Muslim Social Scientists (AMSS), and Chairman of the Editorial Board of Islamic Horizons magazine. Dr. Syeed was one of the founders of the American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences (AJISS) and served as Editor and then Editor-in-Chief.
Dr. Nakibur Rahman is an Assistant Professor of Finance at University of North Carolina, Pembroke. Dr. Rahman served as a Visiting faculty of financial economics at Tulane University from 2010 till 2013. Dr. Rahman completed his Ph.D. in Finance from University of New Orleans in May, 2013 and obtained Masters in Information Systems from University of Maine in 2003. Dr. Rahman obtained his bachelor degree in Business Administration from International Islamic University, Malaysia in 2000. He worked in Bangladesh from 2004-2006. Dr. Rahman is Human right activist and political observer. He works as an advocacy director for a Washington D.C. based human rights organization called Organization for peace and justice (OPJ). Dr. Rahman serves on the board for Human rights and development for Bangladesh (HRDB). Dr. Rahman writes in open Democracy and other platforms on issues related to human rights.