Digital Content and Community Engagement Intern
Mohammed joined us as a STEP trainee in June 2020. Since graduating from School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London with a BA in social anthropology in 2018, Mohammed has been pursuing a path in the culture, heritage and arts sector. He has worked on various projects and placements with cultural institutions including UCL Culture, Tate Modern, the Smithsonian Institute and London Legacy Development Corporation.
Mohammed was born and brought up in East London and has enjoyed giving back to his community via youth work with National Citizens Service, community engagement with UCL Culture and nature conservation with The Conservation Volunteers. Mohammed is also an illustrator and writer, which draws him to the cultural sector and informs his creative approach.
Mohammed is the Digital Content and Community Engagement Intern at the Foundation. Mohammed’s role is to create online content, research community engagement and develop ways to better communicate the Foundation’s work to the public.
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We love East London
Mohammed loves East London’s unexpected green spots and can often be found wandering around Walthamstow Marsh.
Did you know…
Mohammed has a small cat named Horace. They’ve lived happily together for nine years, though Mohammed is slightly allergic which puts an interesting spin on their relationship.
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