Br Mohsen Alizadehfard
Mohsen, as a student of Sheikh Mansour, joined Imam Husain Islamic School when it was established in 2012, and has been teaching Quran for higher levels and Islamic Studies for senior students since then. He became the head of teachers at the end of 2015, as he wanted to take the school to a higher level. His main focus areas are improving teacher-student relationships, running eHawza tutorials for graduate students and teachers, developing Quran syllabus and helping management to make better strategic decisions.
Mohsen has a bachelor degree in engineering and a master degree in technology and innovation management and is currently studying economics in the faculty of arts and social science in the University of Sydney. He is very interested in social sciences and his main research interest is the role of ethics and Islam in the contemporary life and is passionate to do his PhD in this field. He is also a business analyst in a large engineering firm in which he makes business strategies about train projects in Sydney, including Waratah, the biggest rolling stock project in Australia.
He loves to serve his community and consider his community as his family. He emphasizes on the notion that Islamic education is extremely important for all Muslims living in the west and is very passionate to use his extensive experience and Islamic knowledge to help students and teachers, not only to increase their knowledge about Islam, but also to appreciate their Islamic principles, be proud of having this precious religion and be confident when dealing with non-Muslims.