Dr. Faisal Islam has over 15 years of experience in international development. His areas of interest are monitoring & evaluation systems, program evaluation, place based pedagogies, and community based partnerships. He received his PhD in Policy, Administration and International Education with a focus on participatory evaluation from McGill University. Dr. Islam has co-edited School-University Partnership for Educational Change in rural South Africa: Particular Challenges and Practical Cases. Dr. Islam has worked with several international non-profit organizations. He is currently working as Manager, Monitoring & Evaluation with Canadian Feed The Children in Toronto.
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Dr. Iqbal Unus [Ph.D, Emory University 1977] has focused his professional career on the evolving Muslim presence in America, gaining distinctive insight into its growth. He is associated with the International Institute of Islamic Thought, and has served as secretary general of the Islamic Society of North America, where he is currently member of the Board. He has published several articles in Islamic Horizons, a book chapter in The Muslims’ Place in the American Public Square, and two children’s books, as well as abridged Apostasy in Islam: An Historical and Scriptural Analysis, and edited Muslim American Life: Reflections and Perspectives. He served on the Research Committee for The US Mosque Survey 2011.