Imam Mardini holds an MS in Islamic Theology and Islamic Economics from Ummul Qura University in Makkah, Saudi Arabia and a BS in Islamic Theology & Jurisprudence and Comparative Religions from King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
Imam Mardini is the Founder, Director,, and Imam of the American Muslim Center in Dearborn, Michigan. He previously served as Volunteer Chaplain 12 in the State Prison of Southern Michigan in Jackson, Michigan and as Religious Director of the American Moslem Bekaa Center in Dearborn, Michigan. As prison Chaplain, Imam Mardini coordinated religious activities and programs for 3,200 inmates, provided counseling for employees and inmates, provided pastoral care for the ill and performed marriage and funeral services. At the American Moslem Bekaa Center, he directed religious activities and services, promoted Islamic Affairs and Education, performed family counseling, marriage and funeral services, and conducted interfaith dialogue services.
Imam Mardini is active in community and interfaith activities in the Detroit/Dearborn area and serves as chaplain to the Dearborn Police department and Wayne County Emergency management Division. He is also active in many Islamic organizations.