Somali Community Center of Colorado

Note: All directors are volunteers..

Mohamed Nur, President

Fluent in Italian, Somali, and English, Mohamed came to the United States as an asylee in 1992.
He has been in Denver since 1998.

Mohamed is one of the founders of the Somali Community Center of Colorado, and he currently serves as President. He is a community intellectual and cultural advocate. While people are killing each other at home, Mohamed's goal is to bring Somalis together when they come to the United States.

In addition to the time he devotes to the Somali Community Center,
Mohamed owns and operates a limousine service called A Ride Town Car.

Omar Nur , Vice President/Program Director

BS. in Finance and Business, as a facility manger he managed more than 12 employees
and as a Small Retail Business owner he has the knowledge and dedication to assist
Somali immigrants acculturate to life in the US. He has been a US resident of Denver Colorado
for more than 20 years and was educated in Denver. He is now working as the Program Director for the
Somali Community Center of Colorado.

Kerry (Mosa) Voss, IT Tech

CEO ITNetwork Designs.

Mr. Voss is a computer tech that donates his time to the Somali Community Center of Colorado as an IT Technician and Web designer. Owner of ITNetwork Designs a Colorado Corporation has dedicated his resources in the aid of Somali Community Center to bring his knowledge of Computers to the community, He has also done work with the Colorado African Organization.

Sadia Ereg, Program Cordinator

in addition to coordinating the day-to-day affairs of SCCC.  She has an MBIA – Master of International Business Administration at United States International University- Africa (USIA-A), Nairobi, Kenya, BS- Business Administrations at United States International University-Africa (USIU-A), Nairobi, Kenya, and National Institute of statistics and Applied Economics, Mogadishu, Somalia.