Etsegenet Kedir Mohammed
Kedir is a paralegal in the Religious Immigration Services section. Prior to joining CLINIC, she worked with the Nonprofit Village as a program coordinator in Rockville, Maryland, where she coordinated various capacity building programs. Kedir also worked as a legal assistant at a law firm that dealt with asylum cases in Alexandria, Virginia; a project associate intern at the Africa Faith and Justice Network in Washington, D.C.; and an intake volunteer with the Workers’ Rights Clinic of the Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs.
Kedir is originally from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where she was a licensed practicing lawyer.
She has a bachelor’s degree in law from Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia and a master’s degree in international human rights law from Lund University in Sweden. She is Fluent in Amharic and Swedish.