Yasmine Muhammad

Guest Blogger

Parent and Sailor, United States Navy

San Diego, California

Yasmine Muhammad is a sailor in the United States Navy and has been serving for eight years. Yasmine works as a mass communication specialist, which specializes in public affairs and visual information such as photography, journalism and videography in an effort to tell the Navy’s story to the general public.

She is the mother of two young boys and is currently in school working towards a bachelor’s in psychology. She is originally from Atlanta, Georgia.

She blogs at Mother Sailor Awesome.

RECENT POSTS

Posted Feb. 23, 2017

#MyBlackHistory Is Knowing That Knowledge Is Power and It Starts at Home

As an adult, as a mother and as a student I know that education is the key to just about anything. It is important for children to see the people around them striving to learn more, know more and be more so that they know that it is possible.…

By Yasmine Muhammad

Read Post

Posted Nov. 11, 2016

I Joined the Navy at 19 and Never Thought I’d Still Be Enlisted 9 Years Later, But I’m Proud to Say I Am

Today, we honor veterans who have served honorably in our Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force and Coast Guard. For…

By Yasmine Muhammad

Read Post

Posted Dec. 23, 2015

This Military Mom Is Right Where She Needs to Be This Holiday Season

As a military member and a parent, the holidays can bring mixed feelings. I am a Petty Officer in the…

By Yasmine Muhammad

Read Post

OUR NETWORK

Featured Posts

Posted Jan. 10, 2020

We Have to Get Education Right for Black Students and Families in 2020

I’m just going to get straight to the point. In 2020—and beyond—we have to get education right for Black students and families. Point blank and…

By Tanesha Peeples

Read Post

Posted Jan. 16, 2020

National Parents Union Emerges to Disrupt Education Conversation

When it comes to education news and policy, we are used to hearing about the involvement of a union. However, typically the unions only represent…

By Andrew Pillow

Read Post

Posted Jan. 9, 2020

Democrats, This Is Your Moment to Make Equity More Than a Slogan

Where do Democratic candidates stand on public education? After last month’s Forum on Education, we know that the candidates are committed to increasing the federal…

By Richard Buery

Read Post

Accountability

How does the federal government support our public schools? Find out the ABC’s of ESEA, ESSA and No Child Left Behind →

Browse by Date

Keep Up With
Education Post

Sign up for weekly emails featuring our top blog posts:

Want more? Get our morning update and join us in #Voices4Ed.

What We’re
Tweeting