Ghada Wahdan is a member of the U.S. Intelligence Community, a professor of homeland security, and a national speaker on foreign affairs, radical Islam, U.S. national security, and terrorist groups operating in the Middle East and North Africa. Her articulate and informed perspectives contribute significantly to the national discourse on these pressing issues, helping to shape public understanding and policy considerations.
Ms. Wahdan was born in Kuwait, to Palestinian Muslim parents, and gained a profound insight into the complex religious, cultural, and political dynamics shaping the Middle East. She is a proud American and a strong advocate for the State of Israel.
Ms. Wahdan obtained her MA in Criminology from Regis University in 2012 and her BS in Criminal Justice & Criminology from Metropolitan State University of Denver in 2007. She is fluent in Arabic in multiple dialects.