Dr. Muhammad Liwaudeen Ahmad
Dr. Muhammad Liwaudeen Ahmad has had a distinguished career promoting and
developing the teaching of Arabic and Islamic Studies at Ghana and United States.
A native of Ghana trained and received his PhD in Arabic and Islamic Studies
at the Al-Imam Al-Ouzai University of Lebanon and Religious Studies at Hartford Seminary, CT.
He taught Arabic and Islamic Studies in the Islamic Schools in Kumasi, Ghana.
He is a Visiting Adjunct Professor of Arabic (TAFL) at Community College of Philadelphia,
PA and Taqwa Seminary Arabic Institute, Plano, TX. He is also Regional Director of the
Al-Imam Al-Ouzai University of Lebanon Distance Learning Center of West Africa.
He is also a member of some educational and professional institutions such as:
American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), VA, USA.
American Federation of Teachers (AFT), Washington, DC, USA.
American Association of Teachers of Arabic (AATA), AL,USA.
Modern Language Association (MLA), NY, USA.
Teachers Without Boarders (TWB), WA, USA.
National Council of Islamic Education Unit (NCIEU),
Ghana Education Service, Ministry of Education, Ghana.