Rasheed Ahmad

Adjunct Faculty

School of Computer Information Systems

Rasheed Ahmad

Dr. Hossein Kamalzadeh

Adjunct Faculty

School of Business

Dr. Hossein Kamalzadeh

Dr. Addisu Mengesha

Adjunct Faculty

School of Business

Dr. Addisu Mengesha

Byron Turner

IT Support Supervisor

Information Technology

Byron Turner

Byron Turner has been in the information technology field for over 15 years and in IT and asset Management for 9. He has managed IT helpdesks, call centers, and deskside support groups in Georgia, New York, Maryland, Arizona and Virginia.

Over the years, Byron has obtained certifications in ITIL Foundations 4 and a Scrum Master Certification with the Scrum Alliance. He attended Morgan State University in Baltimore Maryland for Mass Communications and is currently completing a dual Bachelors/ Master of Business Administration in Information Technology Management from Western Governors University.

In his current role with Fairfax University of America, Byron supervises the day-to-day operations of the IT help desk as well as oversees the hybrid classroom support for the students and professors at the University.

In his free time Byron enjoys NFL and College Football, mentoring children with his Fraternity and traveling domestically and internationally whenever possible.

Dr. Wasim Alhamdani, Ph.D., CCIP, CCII, CCIE

SCIS Program Chair

School of Computer Information Systems

Dr. Wasim Alhamdani

Wasim AlHamdani's been in high education for more than 35 years and has worked in many national and international education universities; He mentored several graduate research and published many research papers and textbooks. Wasim AlHamdani's general research interests are Cyber Security, Cryptography, and Cyber Security Management. His current research areas include Information Security Mathematical Modeling, Cyber Security Resilient Architecture Design, Ontologies with Cybersecurity, and Ethics with Cryptography. He had created, taught, and managed numerous online courses since 2001. He developed many online, hybrid, synchronizes, and asynchronous undergraduate and graduate courses on different Student Management platforms. He developed many techniques to prevent cheating in online education. He is currently a Cyber Security Curriculum Adviser for two international universities. With the following degrees: Ph.D. Computer Science University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK (1985) M.Sc., Computer Science, Loughborough University of Technology, Loughborough, UK (1981) B.Sc. , University of Basrah, Iraq (1976).

Dr. Loay Adbulrahman

Adjunct Faculty

General Education

Loay Adbulrahman

Page Gold

Adjunct Faculty

School of Business

Page Gold

Verhonda Sercey

Adjunct Faculty

School of Business

Verhonda Sercey

Dr. Mohamed Kariburyo

Adjunct Faculty

School of Business

Mohamed Shabani Kariburyo

Dr. Wasim Alhamdani, Ph.D., CCIP, CCII, CCIE

Program Chair/Professor

School of Computer Information Systems

Dr. Wasim Alhamdani

Wasim AlHamdani's been in high education for more than 35 years and has worked in many national and international education universities; He mentored several graduate research and published many research papers and textbooks. Wasim AlHamdani's general research interests are Cyber Security, Cryptography, and Cyber Security Management. His current research areas include Information Security Mathematical Modeling, Cyber Security Resilient Architecture Design, Ontologies with Cybersecurity, and Ethics with Cryptography. He had created, taught, and managed numerous online courses since 2001. He developed many online, hybrid, synchronizes, and asynchronous undergraduate and graduate courses on different Student Management platforms. He developed many techniques to prevent cheating in online education. He is currently a Cyber Security Curriculum Adviser for two international universities. With the following degrees: Ph.D. Computer Science University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK (1985) M.Sc., Computer Science, Loughborough University of Technology, Loughborough, UK (1981) B.Sc. , University of Basrah, Iraq (1976).