B.C. Dodge is the founder of Rose & Angel Productions and co-founder of The Venn Network; he has worked on social media campaigns for Oscar nominated movies like Omar, and independent films like The Muslims are Coming! He has also worked with independent artists like Lee Camp, Negin Farsad, and many many more.
His first foray into podcasting was years ago with a show about Muslim converts called The Recovery Room, which gave birth to the New Wax Podcast, where unsigned artist got an opportunity have their music reviewed by record producers. Currently he is the producer and co-host of the award nominated What a Relief! Podcast – Islamic Relief USA’s official podcast, and the award nominated Raw Islam with Imam Azhar.
B.C. is a Veteran of the United Sates Navy and has earned his Masters of Arts in Community, Culture, & Technology from Georgetown University. When B.C. is not working towards his passion of bringing the world together through mutual understanding, he is enjoying his other passion: cookies.
Imam Azhar Subedar
Born in Canada, Imam Azhar grew up and attended school in Ontario. In his early teens, by means of the prayers of his righteous parents, decided to focus his Life towards serving Islam.
Beginning his studies at an Islamic School in Arabi Louisiana, he later traveled to England in 1994 and completed the remainder 7 of a 10-year course in attaining an Islamic Scholarship.
In November 2000, Imam Azhar graduated from the Institute of Islamic Education with the degree: M.A. in Shariah of Islam with Ijazah in Hadeeth & Certified Qari & Muqri (Teacher) of Tajweed, Al-Qiraâaat As-Sabâah & Al-Asharah.
From 2002 to 2015, Imam Azhar Subedar served the Muslim community of Southwest Florida as the Imam, Khateeb, Teacher and Religious consultant.
He was also a Member of White House Faith Base and Community Initiatives.
Imam Hassan Amin
Imam Hassan Amin is the Imam at Johns Hopkins University and volunteer Islamic Chaplain at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Additionally, he is the Islamic chaplain with Baltimore City’s Police Department and Islamic chaplain with United States Park Police.
He has over twenty-five years of volunteer service as a counselor at the Islamic Community School in West Baltimore. He also was an instructor and principal at the Islamic Community School.
He is the founder and executive director of Muslim Social Services Agency of Baltimore City, Maryland. Since 2003, his organization has helped over 50,000 low income and homeless families and individuals connect to social service needs. Imam Amin is also a board member of MercyUSA, a worldwide aid and development organization.
He has received two Mayor’s Citation for his contribution to the civic welfare of Baltimore City. Imam Amin received a Proclamation from Mayor Martin O’Malley. The mayor designated March 4, 2004 as “Imam Hassan A. Amin Day” in Baltimore City. This day was proclaimed because of Imam Amin’s fighting of crime on the streets of Baltimore City, cleaning up neighborhoods and successfully leading a campaign that removed drug dealers from a Baltimore City playground.
Imam Amin has a master’s degree in social work from the University of Maryland’s School of Social Work, bachelor degree in Islamic Studies from American Open University and a bachelor degree in Social Sciences from Temple University, and is presently pursuing his second master’s degree in Islamic studies from the American Open University.
Imam Amin is a licensed Social Worker in the State of Maryland.