About the Islamic Writers Alliance, Inc.
The Islamic Writers Alliance was founded in 2004 by Linda D. Delgado, as a center point of networking for Muslims dedicated to promoting literacy through the production and dispersement of Islamic literature.
It is a United States-based organization, with membership reaching to all the furthest corners of the earth.
Since its beginnings, the IWA has traditionally been directed by a Board of Directors, each of whom are elected from among the IWA membership by their fellow members. It is governed by the IWA ByLaws, and was incorporated in 2009, registered in the US state of North Carolina. Having attained official status as a non-profit entity, combined with its main purpose and goal of promoting literacy, it is an excellent opportunity for anyone wishing to improve the world through generous donations.
It is easy to become a member. If you are an adult Muslim who is concerned about the need for a wider variety of reading material in Islamic School libraries, or are simply interested in networking with other Muslims involved in producing Islamic literature and promoting literacy, then all you need do is to send an email to the IWA Director, stating this fact, and requesting a membership invitation. Click here for more detailed instructions on how to format your application letter.
The IWA Board of Directors all work on a volunteer basis. They are elected from among the membership, by the membership, and serve two-year terms.
IWA Board of Director 2013-2014
Pamela K. Taylor
Assistand Director: Maryam Funmilayo
Financial Director: Mahasin D. Shamsid-Deen
Marketing Officer: Nancy Biddle
Secretary: Judy Eldawy