Professional Webinar

First Professional Webinar:

“Essential of Professional Development”

Our special guest is Mohammed Almathil:

-Since 2003, Mohammed Almathil has served in leadership positions of various organizations. He is passionate about equipping leaders with best practices, skills, and attitudes necessary to grow themselves and their organizations. He has consulted, coached, and trained leaders, managers, and employees in over 150 organizations that are of different industries, sectors and sizes. Almathil is the founder of Mohammed Almathil Consulting, a NY based management consulting company that provides services for business leaders and executives worldwide. He has a track record of designing and delivering effective and impactful leadership development and change initiatives for Fortune 500 companies such as Microsoft, JP Morgan & Chase, Campbell’s, Fidelity investments, and more.


-In parallel, for almost 15 years, he has led youth organizations, and built robust youth leadership programs, as well trained youth directors all around the United States. He is the Director of Leadership Development for Youth Laboratory, which is the first online library of courses dedicated to youth professional and leadership development. He firmly believes in empowering youth with the skills to lead and succeed, and aspires to develop 1,000,000 transformational leaders by 2030 iA.
-Almathil holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the City College of New York (CCNY), and a Master’s degree of science in Human Resource Management and Development from New York University (NYU). He is also an accredited trainer, coach, and consultant.

AAYSP Webinar: College Challenges and Opportunities

We have a special guest for this webinar: Khawla Al-Olefi
Khawla is a Sr. College Coach at Beyond 12’s Oakland office. As a first-generation college student, she graduated from UC Davis, where she earned a BS in Sustainable Environmental Design. During her four years at UC Davis, Khawla became passionate about community organizing and community empowerment and wanted to find a way to empower others through civic engagement. Following her passion, she became a research intern for the Oakland Housing Authority and a sustainable educator for the Sustainable Office of UC Davis. As a College Coach, she works to support, empower, and guide students to achieve their higher education goals.
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