research and policy associate
Mouhamed Kaba is a son of valiant Black Immigrants from the Ivory Coast and Guinea of West-Africa. He is a Deferred Action for Early Childhood Arrival (DACA) recipient and a proud Muslim New Yorker. Mouhamed currently works as a Research and Policy Associate at the Center for Institutional and Social Change (CISC)—Columbia Law School on an initiative that supports the non-academic barriers and needs facing students in the Bronx, particular those facing justice-involved students, immigrants, youth, and veterans.
Mouhamed received a degree of Bachelor of Arts in History at the City University of New York (CUNY)—Herbert H. Lehman College and is currently pursuing a Master of Public Administration – Public & Nonprofit Management & Policy at New York University Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. His long-term goals are to work closely with municipalities and community leaders on immigrant inclusion through their cities economic and civic life. He continuously adheres to the African Proverb “if you want to go fast, go alone, and if you want to go far, go together”.