Shereen (Ya Shoosh) is a Bay Area raised, queer Arab Muslim educator and visual artist based in Philadelphia. As an instructor at Temple University, she teaches undergraduate courses on race, religion, and society through a decolonial lens. Shereen's art employs Arabic calligraphy and portraiture to explore identity through the complex intersections of race, gender, religion, and sexuality. Her work critiques hegemonic discourses that erase marginalized Muslim voices and has been featured in the Arab American National Museum, as well as in online publications such as Za'faraan zine and Bigmouth. Shereen was a Kiva fellow in Palestine and a participant of the Decolonial Black Feminism program in Brazil. She holds masters degrees from UC Berkeley and Temple University in sustainable international development and comparative religion, respectively.