Founder of SWISS
Suhaib, William Webb has a degree in Education from the University of Central Oklahoma, and Islamic Law from al-Azhar in Cairo. He was named as a “Faith Leader to Watch” by The Center for American Progress in 2016, selected by the Muslim Community as one of CNN’s 25 Most Influential Leaders; as well as one of “Five Hundred of the Most Influential Muslims” by the Royal Islamic Studies Center in 2020. He is currently the resident scholar at the ICNYU and teaches a course at NYU on Islamic Law and Ethics. He sits on the executive council of the North American Fiqh Council and on the advisory board of the Political Theologic Network. His writings have appeared in the New York Times, and he has been on CNN, NBS, al-Jazeera, CBS and more. He currently runs an online school that focuses on functional religious literacy within the context of North America.