Sh. AbdurRahman Khan

Sh. AbdurRahman Khan is a graduate of the Islamic University in Madinah Munawwarah, in the faculty of Shari’ah (Islamic Jurisprudence) specializing in Islamic Inheritance. He attended the university from 1982 to 1989. He is currently serves as the chairman of the Shari’ah Council of ICNA and a member of the Fiqh Council of North America.  He’s active in Interfaith Dialogue.

Dr. Sabeel Ahmed

Executive Director of the GainPeace Project Dr. Sabeel Ahmed currently serves as the Director of the GainPeace Dawah project. Dr. Sabeel has been involved in dawah work for over 15 years. Dr. Sabeel is a student of Shaykh Ahmed Deedat, has extensively studied comparative religions. Dr. Sabeel has lectured widely on Islam, conducted da’ee training courses. Upon completing his medical education, Dr. Sabeel has dedicated his life to being a da’ee.

Prof Shareef Muhammad

Professor Shareef Muhammad has taught Islamic Studies and African-American studies at Spelman University. Shareef holds a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences in History from Central State University and a Masters degree in History from Kent State University.  He is part of the Black Dawah Network’s think-tank providing high-quality research articulating Islam’s relevancy of Black people.  He believes that Islam is a force for change as well as spiritually transforming.

Dr. Marwan Mohammad

Dr. Marwan studied and memorized the Quran in Tajac academy, and continues to study Islamic studies under the supervision of Shiekh Al-Munajjid. He has gained an Islamic diploma in Arabic Islamic Studies and is the President of the Ask A Muslim Dawah organization. Dr. Marwan is experienced in the field of Dawah with more than 20 years of experience. He is a local speaker and counselor, Doctor of medicine by profession,

Sh. Isa ibn Matta

Sh. Isa ibn Matta embraced Islam in 2013. Since then he has studied under over a dozen Shuyookh ranging from such esteemed places of knowledge such as the University of Madinah, Azhar University and others. He is fulltime with ICNA Dallas for WhyIslam project.  Prior to Islam, Ust. Isa majored in Psychology and Philosophy; after becoming Muslim he continued his studies in Project Management Professionalism and certifications in Mental Health.

Dr. Hernán Guadalupe

Dr. Hernán Guadalupe, whose family is from Ecuador, embraced Islam in 2001 while earning a Bachelor of Engineering from the Stevens Institute of Technology. He holds a Master of Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park, and a Doctor of Business Administration from Walden University. Hernan has studied Islamic sciences at the American Open University, University of Mishkah, and is currently completing his Bachelors in Islamic Studies with the Islamic University of Minnesota. He also completed the classical Arabic curriculum at the Fajr Center for the Arabic Language in Cairo, Egypt. Dr. Hernan is the co-founder of Hablamos Islam.