Mohammad Faseyh Sikandar is the Community Engagement Coordinator at CAIR-SFBA. In this role, he leads the Community Engagement Program which includes working with community members, leaders, activists, and ally organizations to amplify the work of CAIR-SFBA and to accommodate their needs.
Mohammad is a first-generation Pakistani American currently living in New Jersey with his family. His professional background is in issue-based and electoral organizing. He has previously staffed on numerous statewide and federal political campaigns.
During the 2020 Presidential Elections, Mohammad worked as a swing state digital organizer working to increase the voter turnout amongst progressive voters. During his college career at Rutgers University, he was an active student leader and founded a nonprofit that promoted civic engagement through community service and philanthropy. Mohammad’s passion is in advocating for ethical domestic and foreign policy, voting rights as well as grooming younger Muslims in the political advocacy space.
Outside of work Mohammad enjoys preparing meals in an Air Fryer, playing soccer, and being overly enthusiastic about car karaoke.