Imam Wesley Lebrón is a Puerto Rican convert to Islam, born and raised in Passaic, NJ. He accepted Islam in 1998 and is a graduate of Mishkah University where he earned a B.A. in Islamic Studies. He served as the Vice President of Islamic Dawah Organization of Rockford (D.O.O.R.) from 2008-2012 and he was the president of the Latino Muslims of Chicago from 2010-2012 while living in Chicago, Il. In 2012 he returned to NJ where he has been serving as a regular lecturer for area mosques from 2012-present.
He was the national speaker and main fundraiser for IslamInSpanish, and one of the main figures in establishing the IslamInSpanish Centro Islámico, a Latino owned and operated Islamic center in Houston, TX from 2013-2017.
He is the Co-Founder and President of Esperanza Community Hub/Misericordia Para La Humanidad, under which he has led numerous humanitarian efforts to areas ravaged by natural disasters under “The 3 Puerto Rican Imams Project.”
He is currently the Imam of Jam-e-Masjid Islam Center in Boonton NJ, and he serves as the National Hispanic Dawah Coordinator for WhyIslam.