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Dr. Raei has consulted on strategic planning and 360° feedback; co-facilitated a workshop on trust; and facilitated several workshops on immunity to change as well as several gatherings, meetings, retreats, and team-building exercises for a variety of clients.

Dr. Raei served as a board member and programming chair for the Pacific Northwest Organizational Development Network where he developed many new programs.
Prior to this, he worked in the marketing of dairy products in the Jordanian market for several years where he also led the ISO 9000 quality management system certification process. Additionally, he represented the dairy and food industries on several national standards committees (Jordan). Afterward, Mohammed represented several multinational, industrial goods companies in the Middle Eastern market.

His scholarship and practice focus on adaptive leadership, spirituality, trust, complexity, adult constructive development, and Chinese culture. He has presented at several conferences including twice at the International Leadership Association conference.

He has an eclectic background, having lived both in Jordan and the US (in Seattle and Boston) where he received his three degrees, he considers himself multicultural and a committed global citizen. 

He studied martial arts in his teens. He likes to spend his free time reading, walking, listening to music, hiking, cooking, and traveling and has a wide range of interests including nature, science, spirituality, climate change, social justice, sustainability, food/cooking, current affairs, economics, psychology, and comedy/humor.

With over 20 years of experience in leadership and consulting, he has helped leaders and organizations increase their capacity for navigating change, innovating, and solving their most complex challenges.