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Rashida Muhammad

Rashida Muhammad, DrPH (c), MHS
Director of Fundraising and Development

Rashida Muhammad is Director of Fundraising and Development at AIDS United. She brings a strong background in public health and human services to AIDS United; encompassing working with minority and underserved populations, addressing health disparities, and improving social outcomes. Over the past 20 years, Rashida has successfully developed, coordinated, and implemented various education, social service, and public health intervention activities specific to HIV prevention, women and girls, youth, and minorities, domestically and internationally.

Most recently, Rashida served as Grants Development Specialist with United Way of Central Maryland, in addition to being the principal of her own business and management consulting company. She brings a wealth of experience and professional skills in grant writing; fundraising; program development, implementation, management and evaluation; quantitative and qualitative research methods; grant/proposal reviews; capacity building; training and technical assistance; and non-profit organizational management. Rashida also serves as an adjunct faculty member at George Washington University’s Milken Institute School of Public Health where she teaches a graduate level course on qualitative research methods.

A proud native of Washington, DC (a real Washingtonian), she enjoys travel, learning about new cultures and their ‘Foodways,’ cooking, reading, and watching retro sci-fi.

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