Habeeb Quadri is an Educator, Author, and Youth Activist. He has a Bachelor’s in Teaching of History and a Master’s in School Administration. He is an Elementary School Principal and part-time staff at Harvard Graduate School of Education professional development programs. Habeeb has served a four-year term at the Harvard Graduate School of Education Principal Advisory Board. Habeeb is board chair of MYNA (Muslim Youth of North America) and board member of CISNA (Council of Islamic School of North America). He has lectured throughout the United States, Canada and abroad on Islam, society, and social problems confronting Muslim youth and the community at large, including workshops for the U.S Department of State, weekend and full-time Islamic schools, public schools and universities. He has his own educational consulting company called High Quality Educational Consulting, which has partnered with IQRA Foundation to initiate the first National Islamic Studies Standardized Test and National Islamic Studies Benchmarks. He has co-authored “War within Our Hearts” (The Struggles of the Muslim Youth), “Thank God it is Jumuah”, “Parenting, Who Said it Was Easy”, “Wisdom of the Wise: Advice of Luqman,” “The Islamic School Resource Guide: Developing Schools and Educational Excellence,” and was the religious and cultural consultant for the children book “Under the Ramadan Moon” by Sylvia Whitman. Habeeb also has several other books projects in the works: “Boys to Men,” “Girls to Pearls,” and “Discovering Science: One Verse at a Time.” In 2019, he became the first Muslim principal School Principal to be named National Distinguished Principal by the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP).