Suzy Ismail is the Founder and Head Communication Consultant at Cornerstone, a faith-based communication center that focuses on youth, identity, and relationship rebuilding. She previously taught for over 15 years in the Communication Departments at Rutgers University and DeVry University. Suzy is the author of several books including “Modern Muslim Marriage,” “9 to 5,” “When Muslim Marriage Fails,” and several other works. She specializes in presenting a range of communication lectures and diversity workshops at major corporations, programs, and events. She has been interviewed on numerous media outlets and is often featured on international talk shows, radio and television broadcasts regarding her work. Suzy provides seminars nationally and internationally and is the student adviser at a private high school. She has spoken at many public and private universities and at the World Meeting of Families during Pope Francis’ first visit to the US. She has also traveled to the border of Syria to work with refugee families and orphans and continues her work with refugees through recovery and integration counseling. She currently serves as an executive officer and director on several non-profit boards, commissions, and organizations. She is completing her Doctorate in Human Services with a focus on Family Studies and Intervention Strategies and resides in Princeton, New Jersey with her husband and three children.