Adult Tutoring Program Manager
Mohammad is an educator, creative problem solver, program & community leader working in a multicultural setting. At the Refugee Response he supervises the Adult Tutoring Program, serving to build self-sufficiency and community engagement of adult refugees through increased language competency and cultural exchange.
Prior to this, Mohammad served 5 years in U.S Armed Forces as linguist and cultural advisor in Afghanistan. Then he came to U.S. in 2014, through an expedited visa process called, Special Immigration Visa (SIV). When he joined the Refugee Response in 2015, he worked 3 years as Farm Site Manager for the Organization, leading and maintaining the learning and community gardens at Urban Community School.
Mo is a current college student pursuing a bachelor of Business Administration from Cleveland State University. He studied Agricultural Economics & Extension abroad.