OCC Professor Joins Syracuse School Board

One of OCC’s most engaging and inspirational voices is lending his services to the Syracuse City School District. Mark Muhammad, an Assistant Professor of Communication at the College, has been appointed to the Syracuse School Board. Muhammad was appointed by Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner. His appointment is effective immediately.

Muhammad is a Syracuse native and a graduate of Henninger High School. In 2006 he graduated from OCC with a degree in Business Technology. Muhammad has also earned degrees from Cornell University and Syracuse University.

“I am honored to serve the citizens of the city of Syracuse in this role and look forward to working with others who are dedicated to improving achievement for all students. I thank Mayor Miner for this opportunity,” Muhammad said.

Mark Muhammad (left) is sworn-in as a Syracuse City School District Board Member by Mayor Stephanie Miner (left) at Syracuse City Hall.

Mark Muhammad (left) is sworn-in as a Syracuse City School District Board Member by Mayor Stephanie Miner (right) at Syracuse City Hall. Next to Muhammad is his wife, Sharon. Next to Mayor Miner is Muhammad’s mother, Donnie Herring.

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