Carlos Muhammad

College Access Program Specialist

Carlos Muhammad is a two time award winning Author and Educator. He attended undergrad and graduate school at Buffalo State College in Buffalo, New York. During his college years, Muhammad became an advocate for change. He used his weekly school newspaper column and leadership positions in student and community organizations as vehicles to convey messages for social change. Carlos went on to work in Baltimore City Public Schools teaching 6th Grade Social Studies and Language Arts. A few years later Carlos went into the work of college access with Trio’s Educational Talent Search program. In addition, he served as the Coordinator of Evening Administration, Multicultural Affairs and taught Freshmen Seminar Classes and Hip Hop in Popular Culture as an Adjunct Professor at the Community College of Baltimore County. Carlos served as the Coordinator of the Office of Student Life and taught Freshmen Seminar classes at Baltimore City Community College. After working 15 years in Higher Education and Administration Carlos joined Johns Hopkins University’s Talent Development Secondary team working with the Community School initiative in New York City public schools.  

Other accomplishments include the creation of  THE LUV4SELF NETWORK which is responsible for creating such national movements as TURN OFF CHANNEL ZERO, the Luv4self National Conference, the 5th Element of Hip Hop Symposium and lecturing and delivering poetry on various college campuses and venues throughout  New York, the Baltimore/DC area and Philadelphia. Carlos Muhammad has returned to college access to work with College Bound Foundation to better the lives of students and expose them to educational and career opportunities.