Mohammad leverages his extensive writing, editing and research skills to support the K&P team across a variety of accounts in many industries. His unwavering passion for storytelling is critical in helping clients create more meaningful engagements with their audiences.
Prior to joining K&P, Mohammad worked as a communications intern at University Health Network in the Facilities, Management and Projects (FM-PRO) department. Here, Mohammad created a series of essential communications materials that highlighted FM-PRO’s often underrepresented staff such as porters, maintenance and housekeeping personnel, and the amazing work they have done supporting hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic. He also worked at Hill+Knowlton Strategies as assistant consultant, where he provided support on multiple communications programs for a variety of corporate clients.
Mohammad graduated from the public relations and corporate communications post-graduate certificate program with honours at Centennial College, and also holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts in English and political science with a minor in English literature from University of Toronto.
Work superpower: “Creative storytelling and out-of-the-box ideas.”
Non-work superpower: “Finding the best meme to fit any situation.”