Dr. Rev. Hani Hanna was born to a Presbyterian family in Minya, Egypt. He is married to Lucy and has with her a daughter (Selma) and a son (Youssef). Hanna is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church of Egypt. Before studying theology, he worked as a civil engineer. Before assuming his role as ETSC’s president, he served as academic dean and head of the theology department. Hanna earned his Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from Minya University, his Bachelor of Theology from ETSC, his Master of Sacred Theology in systematic theology from Yale University, and his Doctor of Philosophy in systematic theology from Princeton Theological Seminary. Hanna’s academic expertise is in the area of modern theology. He is especially interested in the themes of the shape of orthodoxy under the conditions of modernity, ecumenical theology, and theology of culture. Hanna’s courses include Systematic Theology, Philosophy of Religion, Ethics, Christology, Karl Barth’s Theology, Karl Rahner’s Theology, Paul Tillich’s Theology, and Matta al-Miskīn’s Theology.