“Maintaining Our Islamic Identity in the Workplace” – JILC lecture

السَّلاَمُ عَلَيْكُمْ وَرَحْمَةُ اللهِ وَبَرَكَاتُهُ

Jumeira Islamic Learning Centre (JILC)
 
Invites You & Your Family To Our Weekly Lecture
Presented By:
Sheikh Muhammad Nubee 
For A Talk Titled:
“Maintaining Our Islamic Identity in the Workplace
 
THURSDAY 10th May 2018
8.00 p.m-9.00 p.m
 
 
 
About The Lecturer:
 An American born citizen who reverted to Islam in 1976. A lecturer, motivational speaker and life coach. Upon his reversion, he became actively involved in dawah by volunteering in the prisons to teach Islam to prison inmates.   He eventually became one of the first full-time Islamic Prison Chaplains in the United States.  
Served as Imam of a local mosque in the US for several years as well as served on mosque and Muslim school Boards of Directors.  In 2001, he moved his family to the United Arab Emirates. While in the Emirates, he became actively involved in Islamic learning programs, lecturing in various dawah centers, giving the Friday sermons to English speaking congregations and hosting an Islamic program on Sharjah TV.  Most notably, in 2006 Sheikh Muhammad co-founded Muslim Life Coaching and in 2009 developed and delivered a course on Islamic Management in Doha, Qatar, now an online course for the Islamic Online University.  In addition to active involvement in Islamic projects and activities, he also held professional positions in US governmental agencies as well as several US Fortune 500 companies.  Currently, he is Principal of Al Resalah American International School, Sharjah.
 
Separate seating arrangements for Sisters & Mothers with kids
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