Since 2021, Mohammed Rashidur Rahman is serving as social secretary at MCF to offer activities that would foster closer bonding, understanding, interconnection, appreciation for our cultural diversity, and community building. He has resided in Folsom since 2017. He has been working for major semiconductor corporations for over 25 years and is currently working for Solidigm Corporation.
Born in a conservative family in Bangladesh, Mohammed carries the core values of Islam. He has a personal goal of empowering others to help raise people’s awareness about Islam and protecting its core principles. He continuously works toward building children’s Islamic characters throughout different Halaqa programs. He is married and has two boys and a girl. All three of his children have grown up revolving around Islamic principles and have attended Islamic schools.
Mohammed is an active member of BDesh foundations, a non-profit charitable organization that serves needy people in the US and Bangladesh; active projects include the Covid-19 emergency relief program, sanitation program, serve a meal day, health care, and Rohingya relief programs. He also engages with MOVE (Muslim Outreach & Volunteer Enterprise), a non-profit organization that provides food for the poor and needy people in Greater Sacramento.
Mohammed is very enthusiastic about growing awareness about Islam in the West. He wants to increase interfaith dialogue, promote Islam as a religion of peace, and outreach to different faith groups in the Folsom community.