Fuseina Mohamad was born in Seattle to Ghanaian parents. She was raised in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and returned to the United States to complete higher education.
She obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from the University of Iowa and a Master’s in Information Systems from Illinois State University.
She has always had a deep interest in understanding the Qur’an and took
the opportunity to enroll in Bayyinah’s Dream Program. She graduated among the top students of Dream 2012. After graduating from the Dream program, Fuseina took on the responsibility of heading Bayyinah’s first Access Program and creating Bayyinah’s first custom tailored curriculum for part-time learners.
She also started Bayyinah’s first continuing education program for graduates of the Dream and Access programs as well as, the first 10-Day Fundamentals of Classical Arabic courses for sisters only.
Alongside teaching, Sister Fuseina has continued higher Arabic studies
while also pursuing hifdh of Quran and Tajweed studies. In 2015 Sister Fuseina graduated from Qalam Institute’s 1-year Islamic Seminary program directly under the tutelage of Shaykh Abdul Nasir Jangda.