I am a dedicated scholar of Islamic thought and practice, committed to addressing key issues facing Muslims and their communities.

I provide paradigms and frameworks for seamlessly integrating religious commitment with everyday experience.

My educational and training programs equip participants to critically analyze key issues, collaboratively develop solutions to common challenges, and offer practical tools for nurturing a meaningful, God-centered spiritual life.
The educational spaces I create are informed by two decades of training in classical Islamic sciences, along with graduate studies at the University of Chicago and Harvard Law School. My courses merge the best of academic and historical approaches to contemporary issues, enriched with a deep and scholarly understanding of Islamic tradition, and delivered through an engaging, practical, and discussion-based format.
By offering accessible, relevant, and research-based courses and trainings to individuals, communities, and organizations, I provide fresh insights into the past, present, and future of Muslim thought, practice, and community.