Samer Naseredden is a community servant who recently moved to Boston from Arizona to become the MAS Youth Programs Director at the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center (ISBCC). Samer studied both psychology and family and human development at Arizona State University and is an aspiring counseling psychologist. Upon graduating, he proceeded to work as a youth minister and interfaith coordinator at a local mosque in Arizona. Samer sees a future for himself working in the field of social services and community development.
Samer is a proud community organizer with the Muslim American Society (MAS) working to develop thought leaders and dynamic activists. Samer’s passion is in helping others finding theirs, and assisting in people’s journey to God through that passion, thoughtful reflection, comprehensive self-development, and meaningful activism. Samer enjoys working with ambitious young people and seasoning their unbridled passion with unparalleled commitment, consistency, and discipline.
Samer was a regular Friday khateeb and had many enriching experiences serving local organizations in Arizona; in recent months he has enjoyed doing similar work in Boston.
Samer feels most himself hanging out with small groups of friends and wearing his signature Nike polo shirts. He is an avid sports fan, outdoor enthusiast, movie buff, cologne aficionado, fantasy football savant, snack junkie, and lover of idioms. Samer invites you to connect with him and share in genuine, authentic relationship building.