Author: Kat Mohammed

Director of Education at Asian American Hotel Owners Association

Kathija “Kat” Mohammed is a true advocate for education and is currently the Director of Education for the Asian American Hotel Owners Association (AAHOA). Kat has been the head of Education Department since its creation in 2016. She works to education hotel owners across the US with both in-person and digital education.

At the young age of 15, she started her managerial career as an Assistant Manager in a cookie shop in the local mall. From there, Kat has held various leadership positions of which she has a proven record of meeting and exceeding expectations. As a modern day nomad, she has gained valuable insights and life experience by moving 33 times in her life, with a few more moves on the horizon. Kat lives and breathes by the golden rule and has woven it into her leadership and training styles.

Kat continues to follow her passion to educate and hopes to positively impact as many people in the world as possible.

Kat is a lover of life (and chocolate), is wife to David, and mother of Nyla. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Ramapo College of New Jersey with her degree in International Studies, Anthropology, and Sociology.


Ten Marks of a Great Co-Worker

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Human Capital: Nurture Personal Value to Increase Organizational Success

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