Dr Khalina Mohammed Khalili currently teaches Islamic Studies and Islamic Philosophy at the Alice Smith School. She offers forums on the topic of philosophy of science from the Islamic perspective and Islam and secularism, as well as Quran classes to private students. She completed her postgraduate studies on Islamic Philosophy and Civilization at the Raja Zarith Sofiah-Centre for Advanced Studies on Islam, Science and Civilisation (RZS-CASIS) of the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) with a specialization on Islamic philosophy of science. She received her Bachelors of Arts in Economics from Columbia University of New York, a Master of Science in Education from the University of New England, Maine (USA) and a certificate for teaching the art of Qur’an Recitation (tajweed) from the Dar al-Huda Society for Qur’an Learning and Memorization in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. This mother of three youngsters has taught in several Islamic schools in New York City and Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. She also co-founded the first homeschooling group in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia called Jeddah Homeschooling Network. She is the author of 16 children’s books based on the theme of Islam and Science, published by Darul Andalus and used extensively in Singapore’s Islamic schools run by Darul Andalus. She is also the editor of Citra Guru, an online magazine for teachers and educators in South East Asia.