Samer Nasereddin is a community servant living in San Diego who has served Muslim nonprofits for the last 6 years. Before becoming the Development and Outreach Officer at The Family & Youth Institute, Samer served as youth department director for the Muslim American Society in San Diego, Muslim chaplain at Northeastern University, and college Programs Director at the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center.
Samer studied both psychology and family and human development at Arizona State University. Upon graduating, he proceeded to work as a youth minister and interfaith coordinator at the Islamic Community Center of Tempe.
Samer is a proud community activist with the Muslim American Society (MAS) working to develop thought leaders and dynamic activists. Samer’s passion is in helping others find theirs, and assisting in people’s journey to God through that passion, thoughtful reflection, comprehensive self-development, and meaningful activism.