Biography of Sr. Nicole Correri, M.Ed

Inspire. Educate. Transform.  Sr. Nicole Correri, M.Ed., the preeminent female Shia speaker in North America, aims to motivate the Muslim community to strive toward the ideals of Islam.

Before graduating with Honors in M. Ed. in Counseling from George Mason University, she received her B.A. in Psychology, Minor in Early Childhood Education from George Washington University, graduating Summa Cum Laude.

Not one to rest easy on her accomplishments, Sr. Nicole completed a year and half of doctoral course work in Clinical Psychology again at GWU. With her academic background and passion for the religion, she is a powerful voice, not just for Muslim women, but also for the youth and English speaking Muslims in the West.  She imparts relevant and meaningful Shia Islamic content to audiences the world over with her well-researched work, guiding them to think, reflect and act.  Not only that, she never fails to lend her voice to the cause of justice in the spirit of Fatima az-Zahra (as) and Zainab bint Ali (as)!

She continues to study Arabic with the Fawakih Institute since 2012 and as of Fall 2015, she has become a Master’s student of Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim Relations at Hartford Seminary with plans to pursue a Ph.D.