Jeremiah Human Resources Intern, Nadia Mohamed will be awarded the 2018 Human Rights Award from the City of St. Louis Park’s Human Rights Commission on Monday, March 18. According to the St. Louis Park city website, the Human Rights Award recognizes individuals, groups, organizations or businesses that have made an outstanding contribution toward increasing understanding and cooperation between people of different backgrounds in St. Louis Park.
“This is just the beginning for Nadia,” said Michelle Price, Jeremiah Human Resource Director. “She’s bold and brave and she wants to make her mark in the world and I am just so very happy she’s on our team.”
Nadia teaches diversity workshops at the Lennox Center in St. Louis Park as part of their Adult Enrichment Program. Also, Nadia hosts and facilitates events about the Muslim Religion for St. Louis Park residents. The diversity education work she has been doing in St. Louis Park came out of a need she was seeing in the community
Diversity education is Nadia’s passion and what brings her joy. She loves to talk about the things that make many folks uncomfortable — race and religion — and she earnestly works to build bridges of understanding.