Fatima Hafiz-Wahid has over thirty-five years of experience teaching, facilitating groups, and coaching professionals in education, social services, business, health, and government organizations. She has also organized communities struggling with racial, economic, and social justice issues. She has taught courses and facilitated workshops focused on community engagement, intergroup dialogue, social justice, and multicultural competency development. She is interested in enhancing the emotional intelligence and capacity of human service providers to deliver social support in a transformative way to diverse groups.

Dr. Hafiz-Wahid has taught on the graduate and undergraduate levels at Temple University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Brooklyn College. She uses social, political, and economic history as context for teaching education through a human development lens. Social welfare policy is a unifying thread of her teaching practice. Dr. Hafiz-Wahid holds a BA in Political Science from Seton Hall University, an MA in Urban Education from Temple University, and a PhD in the Philosophy of Education from Temple University.