Hanadi Chehabeddine

Hanadi is a public speaker and media professional on Islam. She is a Human Rights Award recipient from the city of Eden Prairie city for her efforts in dismantling misconceptions about Islam and building bridges of unity.

She has been featured in the Star Tribune for her community building projects and had been published The Washington Times, the Huffington Post, The Star Tribune, MinnPost, The Guthrie Theater, the Minneapolis Institute of Art and recently Cosmopolitan magazine and Pantsuit Nation book.

Hanadi is also a U.S. State Department international speaker and a TEDx speaker.

Hanadi is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in International Leadership at St Thomas University while changing perceptions in the corporate world as a keynote speaker and diversity trainer on inclusion. Her recent session at the National SHRM Diversity and Inclusion Conference and Exposition on demystifying Islam and Muslims attests to her caliber and outspokenness.

Public speaker
Diversity trainer
Media professional

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"My hope is that we will have the courage to talk about uncomfortable topics and reach out to one another with nothing but love"

About the company

Hanadi SBC is a Minnesota-registered Specific Benefit Corporation. Through education, awareness and consultancy Hanadi aims to establish harmony in corporate communities in the private and public sector and thus help eliminate some of the prejudice against Muslims here in the U.S.


As a speaker Hanadi has helped companies lead some of the toughest conversations around Islam, creating a safe environment for employees to ask all their questions and be a voice for Muslim employees in elaborating on their religious obligations during their office hours.


Hanadi SBC also aims to challenge the negative perception of Muslims in the media by presenting and mainstreaming positive stories that reflect the honest contributions of Muslims in America and positioning them as an active and essential fabric of the American community.


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