Mohamed Oday is an environmental professional with an interest in environmental justice and policy. Prior to joining the Center, he worked as a paralegal for the Environmental Protection Division at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, and played a vital role in the office’s new environmental justice initiative. Born to immigrant parents from Somaliland, Mohamed is a first-generation Environmental Studies and Government graduate from Bowdoin College. At the Center, Mohamed helps manage the budget, fundraising, and other day-to-day operations.
Where Are We Now? A Year of Agency & Attorney General Action
(December 2022 • Contributing Author)