Mohammed is an angel investor based in Toronto. He is a board member at Maple Leaf Angels and chair of its investment review committee, where he regularly advises, evaluates, and invests in startups. He also serves on the investment committee of the MLA 48 Fund III.
Mohammed consistently studies and analyses technology and innovation trends. He is keen on digging through the hype to provide reasoned and grounded points of view that are useful to decision-makers, researchers, and anyone in the business of innovation.
A serial entrepreneur, Mohammed founded and operated Club Ovahi, a retail mobile app company, and produced and distributed an educational mobile app. He is currently advising the building of a FinTech startup that will provide digital and mobile financial services to the unbanked and underbanked in the developing world.
Mohammed partnered with Adenium Energy Capital and acted as its General Manager in Jordan, where he co-created one of the country’s largest solar power portfolios. He is also a founding investor of Yellow Door Energy, a company that finances and builds solar power plants for commercial and industrial clients.
Previously, Mohammed established himself in management consulting, where he was a Senior Manager at Deloitte. He advised Fortune 500 companies on planning and executing complex technology projects, enhancing business performance, and developing results-oriented strategies. He holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Jordan and an MBA from the University of Utah.