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Mushtaque Mohammed
International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) Executive Vice-President
United States

Mushtaque Mohammed is currrently theInternational Volleyball Federation (FIVB) Vice-President. Mushtaquee is from Trinidad and Tobago and has been involved in Sports Administration for over 35 years. As the Senior Sports Officer at the University of Trinidad and Tobago, Mushtaque lectures in the Department of Kinesiology, Physical Education, and Sports. He holds a Master's Degree in Sports Organisation Management and Sports for Development. In Trinidad and Tobago, he served in various roles in Sports Administration which includes General Secretary and President of the Trinidad and Tobago Volleyball Federation (TTVF) for over twenty-five years and had a sixteen-year stint at the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee, firstly as an Executive Member, then as a Vice President.  Mushtaque has worked at the last four Olympic Games. Regionally, he has been President of the Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Association since 1994 and in 1992 he joined the North, Central America, and Caribbean Volleyball Confederation (NORCECA) as a board member but currently serves as an Executive Vice President. He is also Vice President of the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) and President of the Development Commission. Mushtaque is a very powerful administrator in the Volleyball sector that includes managing and evaluating officials.  

In 2012 and 2016 he participated Olympic Games as an International Technical Official on behalf of the FIVB. He believes that Sport is an avenue to assist the development of people not only physically, but also to shape their characters and wellbeing. In a society where there is so much need for mentoring youths, he decided to dedicate his life towards making this contribution. Mushtaque is excited to assist and mentor you with your career path.

Mentor of the Following Course:

Sports Administration