For several years prior to joining The Bronx Defenders in 2003, Mohamed was a member of the Board of Directors at Na We Yone, Inc., where he referred clients in need of legal assistance to immigrants’ rights organizations, provided support and counsel to refugees, and advocated for immigrant rights. Previously, he taught English and math to seventh grade students in Sierra Leone and has owned his own business. Mohamed received his A.A.S in paralegal studies from Hostos Community College, and his B.A. in Government and Human Rights from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Mohamed is multilingual in Creole, Mandingo, Malinke, and Soninkay.
- Warwick Valley Dispatch: Comm. Members Discuss Anti-Racism Focus In Warwick Schools
- Ivan Bohorquez Presented Testimony at Hearing re: Local Law to amend NYC charter, in relation to mandating a citywide audit of collateral consequences for drug arrests and conviction
- Rise Magazine: What Parents Need to Know: School Reports to CPS, Communicating with the School, and Advocating for Your Child
- Statement on the School-to-Prison Pipeline
- Medium: When Protection Hurts
- Mohamed Sheriff to receive a 2015 New York City Bar Association Legal Services Award