Imam Amin has a Master of Social Work Degree and Licensed Graduate Social Worker, Pursuing Masters Degree in Islamic Studies at American Open University, studied Islamic studies nationally and in Egypt. He is a faculty member at Sojourner-Douglass College in Baltimore City and an administrator with the Maryland’s Department of Human Resources’ Office of Licensing and Monitoring. Imam Amin has received several Mayor’s Citations for fighting crime, grime and drug dealing in Baltimore City. Furthermore, he has received a Proclamation from the Mayor of Baltimore City which “Proclaimed March 4, 2004 Imam Hassan A. Amin Day” in Baltimore City.
He has been inducted into the Martial Arts Hall of Fame, in 2004. He is presently the Imam at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland and Islamic Chaplain at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. He was the Islamic liaison to former Mayor O’Malley’s administration of Baltimore City.
Imam Amin was the radio host for Baltimore’s first Islamic radio program. He was the first Muslim to present Islam on a local television’s sunrise morning program. Imam Amin was the principal, for over five years, at the Islamic Community School of Baltimore City. He presently is the volunteer Social Worker for at least twenty-two years at the Islamic Community School of Baltimore City.
He is the Executive Director and Founder of the Muslim Social Services Agency, Inc. of Maryland and the Director of Social Services of Muslimat Al-Nisaa’s Muslim women and children homeless shelter. He is a board member of the Muslimat Al-Nisaa, homeless shelter for women and children and he is on the board of MercyUSA. Whose work is alleviating human suffering and providing community needs worldwide. Imam Amin is a trainer and Muslim Liaison Leader for Johns Hopkins Hospital’s Emergency Management for Muslim call out workers.
He has also trained Doctors, Nurses and students at Johns Hopkins Hospital, about the Islamic faith and caring for Muslim patients. Imam Amin has given workshops and seminars on Domestic Violence, homelessness and the Islamic faith. Imam Amin is a former paratrooper with the U.S. Army’s 82nd Airborne Division.