This research was supported by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) through funding from the Major Collaborative Research Initiative (MCRI): Global Suburbanisms: Governance, Land and Infrastructure in the 21st Century (2010-2017)
Ms. Mohamed is a seasoned planning professional and a candidate for master’s degree in the field of planning at the University of Waterloo. She has a keen interest in building communities through creative development of concept and future scenarios. Mohamed is also interested in policy development/revision, environmental assessment, community engagement, and needs research and analysis. Multiculturalism and New Canadians’ issues are also among the main interests of Ms. Mohamed.
Ms. Mohamed believes in voluntary work and involvement in community affairs. She holds the voluntary position of vice chair at Compass Kitchener, an advisory committee to the Council of City of Kitchener that is involved in the strategic planning of the city and representing Kitchener’s residents.
Ms. Mohamed is also an active member of the Working Action Group, an advisory committee to the Region of Waterloo’s Immigration Partnership.