Mohamed AL-Hamdani came as a Refugee along with his family to the City of Dayton in 1992. At the time he was 10 years old. He is the second child of 6. He has 3 brothers and 2 sisters. His mom and dad are current residents of Centerville. He is a product of Dayton Public schools, where he attended Miami Chapel Elementary, Fairview Middle and Colonel White High School.
A graduate of Wright State University and the University Of Dayton School Of Law, Mohamed has dedicated himself to serving this community. After graduating from Wright State University, Mohamed went to work with the Department of Defense as a Cultural Advisor to the Marine Corps. His work helped develop cultural and linguistic immersion training for over 3000 marines prior to their deployment to Iraq.
After completing his law degree, Mohamed went on to serve as the Director of Leaders for Equality and Action in Dayton (LEAD). LEAD works with local and county officials to resolve issues in the areas of transportation, education, job training and economic development.
Mohamed then went on to serve as the Operations Manager of the Montgomery County Human Services Levy in 2014. The levy helps more than 50,000 children and families in the county through the Job Center, Children’s Services and Public Health. Mohamed guided the campaign to a successful victory. Mohamed was named as a 40 under 40 award recipient by the Dayton Business Journal in 2016.
Mohamed has been a member of the Miami Valley Fair Housing Center Board since 2017. He joined the board because he believes in the organization’s mission and vision towards expanding social justice and fighting for housing rights for the most vulnerable members of our society.
In 2021, Mohamed was inducted into the Dayton Business Journal Forty under 40 Hall of Fame and in 2021. Mohamed is an Immigration attorney in Dayton. He has been named a Supe Lawyers Rising Star in 2020, 2021 and 2022 for his tireless work in assisting Immigrants achieve their American Dream.