Donna Mohamed

Patient Care Coordinator

Donna Mohamed was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was only until she moved to attend college that she experienced a different, more diverse world from the one that she grew up in. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in 2018 with a bachelor’s degree in integrative biology and five months later came across a great opportunity to work at the UCSF Memory and Aging Center’s Neurology Clinic as a patient care coordinator. Her passion has always been in science and healthcare so being able to start that career by assisting and managing new patient appointments with an amazing group of colleagues and physicians at the Memory and Aging Center was a perfect fit.

As a member of the Memory and Aging Center’s Black Leadership Advisory Council (BLAC), Donna shares her voice and personal experiences to identify areas of opportunity and contribute towards continued growth and diversity in the healthcare system. She aspires to become a physician assistant to help patients in under-served communities but also make a mark in such a way that will impact our future healthcare system and inspire other people of color.

In her free time, Donna enjoys cooking/eating new foods, exploring the outdoors and, most recently, roller skating.