Hon. Mohammed Keita Named Convention Guest Speaker
If you have interacted with Trans Continental Realty Group Inc and KEITMA LLC, you have interacted with Mohammed MSG Keita. And chances are, Mohammed has interacted with you, too. It is this sort of personal rapport that endears Mohammed to friends and neighbors alike. The CEO of KEITMA LLC and owner of Trans Continental Realty Group Inc, Mohammed will serve as guest speaker at the fast-approaching 2015 FELMAUSA convention to held in Dallas, Texas.
If one takes a closer look at this year’s convention guest speaker, two distinct virtues pop up, besides perseverance and hard work. You will see a deeply-entrenched pioneering spirit and willingness.
A man of virtue and simplicity, the 2015 guest speaker is a living inspiration to the youths of the Mandingo community and beyond. He is an idiom of a man who happened to be born at the right time and at the right place.
As the 18th of 21 children, Mohammed grew up in Nimba County, Liberia, West Africa — a place he still calls home. As a child, he lived in many different communities. Growing up, he interacted with folks from all walks of life: Liberians, Ghanaian, Guineans; rich and poor; Christians and Muslims. This made him to appreciate the beauty in diversity.
His early schooling began in Gompa city, Nimba County, Liberia — West Africa. In 1982, he obtained a certificate in Bookkeeping from the highly acclaimed Booker T. Washington Institute. In 1985, he enrolled at the Suakoko-based Cuttiington University.
Mohammed’s days at Cuttington were short-lived, though. He would later transfer to the University of Liberia in 1987. In 1995, Mohammed was fortunate to transfer credits to Nyack College in New York. He became a Licensed Real Estate Broker in 1998, following his graduation from the prestigious New York Real Estate Institute.
He graduated with a BSc in Business Administration, with emphasis in Human Resources, from Nyack College — based in New York, in 2003. As though that wasn’t enough, Mohammed went on to receive an MBA in 2006 from Nyack College.
The Liberia Community of New York (ULAA) board chair is professionally known as a capacity builder, a social activist, a visionary, and one of the most creative, innovative and active leaders within the Mandingo community. He is a husband and a father.
The Federation is very pleased to have Mohammed Keita to discuss what else needs to be done to move the community forward.