Dearborn Blog is a space for the diverse voices of the great city of Dearborn to be heard. Dearborn is a city rooted in innovation, entrepreneurship, diversity, tolerance, and building the American Dream. Dearborn Blog aspires to capture that spirit.
Julie is Detroit based artist. She is the creative director at W Design and Development with experience in front-end development, SEO, and online marketing. She focuses on simple, minimal designs and sending the message through her art.
Shady Shebak completed his undergraduate studies at University of Michigan-Dearborn, where he majored in Psychology and minored in Biology and graduated in 2008. He went on to medical school at the American University of the Caribbean and received his Doctor of Medicine degree in 2013. He trained in general psychiatry at Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Michigan State University. His interests include Arab and Muslim mental health as well as narrative learning theory. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org for any inquiries.
Born and raised a Dearborn resident whose family lineage dates back to the beginnings of Dearborn. Married into an amazing Lebanese family who has changed my perspective on the world and culture unfamiliar to that in which I was brought up into. This perspective and life journey as taught me to see the beauty in our differences and inspired the desire to open up discussion about embracing and celebrating those differences.
Wissam, Wesley, or simply W, is an educator, writer, entrepreneur, engineer, activist, ex-Imam, humanist, liberal thinker with interest and mediocre attempt at many takes of life. A modern confused Renaissance man, who uses doubt as a path for emancipation and science as a road towards enlightenment.
Yousef Alqamoussi has authored works of fiction, poetry, short stories, and essays, including "The Massacre of Heartbreak Morrow", "chapter one: Costa Rica", "poems" (2019), and the “GenEd” series on education. He teaches secondary English and History, and lives in Detroit.