As deputy director, Ms. Mohammed oversees member relations and services and implements association programs. Prior to joining CNIGA, Ms. Mohammed worked directly for the Colusa Indian Community Council as their Director of Executive Affairs, representing the Tribe in the community and supporting the members of the Executive Committee. She was responsible for day to day management and organization of the council operations and keeping the Executive Board and Committee abreast on all political, financial, and internal aspects of the tribe’s eleven business entities. Mohammed also serves as the lead administrator for the Tribal State Compact Steering Committee, where she manages an organization of 27 members.

Ms. Mohamed earned her Bachelor of Arts in political science from University of California Davis and a paralegal certificate from Evergreen Valley College.