Mohammad is an associate at DFJ. Prior to joining DFJ, Mohammad worked on the technology team at In-Q-Tel, where he conducted technical diligence on investments made on behalf of the US Intelligence Community. Mohammad previously had multiple engineering roles at Lockheed Martin, the National Science Foundation, and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
Mohammad graduated with a BS in electrical engineering from Stanford, with interdisciplinary honors in international security studies. While at Stanford, he served as a research assistant in the Very Low Frequency Group and the Center for International Security and Cooperation. He also worked on energy entrepreneurship as the chief financial officer of Energy Crossroads and on transparency for online fundraising as a developer at Soup.