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Dr. Raghad Ebied

Adjunct Faculty
60 Willow Street Chelsea, MA 02150

Education

  • Ph.D., Education, Critical Policy, Equity, Leadership Studies, University of Western Ontario
  • M.S., Educational Leadership, University of Leicester
  • B.A., Psychology, University of Western Ontario

Dr. Raghad Ebied

Adjunct Faculty

Biography

Dr. Raghad Ebied is a faculty member at Wilfrid Laurier University’s Center for Leading Research in Education and Faculty of Education. She has taught courses on anti-discriminatory education and global educational philosophies, research, and practices examined through an equity, inclusion, and compassion-based lens.

She completed her PhD in Critical Policy, Equity, and Leadership Studies at the Faculty of Education at Western University. She is a student of Islamic and Quranic studies and has also completed compassion cultivation training with Stanford University and Resilience Expert Training with Dalhousie University.  She is a contributing author to “Leading for Equity and Social Justice: Systemic Transformation in Canadian Education” published by University of Toronto Press (2022).  

As a certified teacher by profession, her experience includes 15 years of working with government, schools, universities, non-profit community organizations, and Muslim communities in community and spiritual development, program development and management, and professional development.

Dr. Raghad Ebied is also the author of a nonfiction book on hope, healing, empowerment, and faith called “Hope Rekindled: A Heart Empowered” and the co-author of an Arabic and English children’s book series called “Hadi’s Adventures” which represents a diversity of children and focuses on universal values to encourage children to thrive in a diverse and pluralistic society by working towards equity and moral excellence.

Courses