Moamer Khalayleh joined King's Academy in 2010 as a physics teaching fellow in the Department of Physical and Life Sciences and became a faculty member of that department in 2011. He graduated from Princess Sumaya University for Technology in Amman with a Bachelor’s degree in communications engineering. In 2017, he obtained a Master's degree in multidisciplinary studies from the State University of New York at Buffalo (SUNY).
Mr. Khalayleh also teaches Islamic studies in the Department of Ethics, Philosophy and Religion (EPR), which he joined in 2014. As well as teaching and heading the school’s debate co-curricular, he leads the Middle East Seminar, a course on modern Middle East history and Islam for expatriate faculty members.