Imam Safwan Eid
Director of Religious Affairs &
Imam Safwan Eid is the son and student of renowned Theologian, Dr. Imam Talal Eid. He holds a Master’s degree in Islamic studies & Leadership from Bayan- Claremont School of Theology as well as bachelor’s degrees in Economics and Women studies from The University of Massachusetts. Imam Safwan, in addition to his work as a Religious Director, founded several local Interfaith organizations and has served as an Executive Director, Youth director, Accountant and Chaplain. He currently serves as the Director of Religious Affairs & Youth Development at The Muslim Center of Greater Princeton.
Sh. Ismael has been teaching Qur'an to kids, youth and adults for over 20 years. He specializes in Qur’anic Sciences and the ten recitations. He is a graduate of Al-Azhar. He holds many Ijazaat with connected Sanad to the Prophet (pbuh) for both teaching and recitation of the Qur'an.
Shaykh Ismael Essa
Founder & Director of Tarteel Academy
Shaykha Abeer Mahmoud Mohamed
Sh. Abeer is an avid Islamic scholar with a deep interest in Qur’anic studies. Her highest achievement is her attainment of Ijaazah in the Ten Qira’at of the Qur’an, certified by the Honorable Al-Azhar University.
MCGP Visiting Scholars
Imam Fode Drame
Imam Fode Drame is a prolific author, linguist, Quranic Exigist, teacher, father, international speaker, and at the forefront of a number of community initiatives. He established Zawiyah Foundation in Vancouver, BC, in 2005, a non-profit charity founded on his vision for humanity. Imam Fode's work -- whether through his foundation or his writings -- is particularly concerned with providing the building blocks for the construction of the human character, the foremost among the subject matters of the Glorious Quran.