Moshammet A.K. Rhodd was born and raised in Bedford Stuyvesant area of Brooklyn. Moshammet fell in love with law in the fifth grade, where she was first introduced to the Supreme Court by a program that was sponsored by the Brooklyn ADA office.
Moshammet attended Middle College HS at Medgar Evers where she later interned at the Center for Law and Social Justice. She also attended BMCC and the College of New Rochelle. Moshammet began working at Brooklyn Defenders Services Family Defense Practice as a Receptionist in 2012; she challenged herself as she transitioned into other roles, first as an Administrative Assistant and now FDP’s Court Coordinator.
Moshammet believes that there is no other kind of work that can be more satisfying than helping individuals that live in the community where she was born, raised, and still lives. “I’m also working on being a better person and helping to create a better tomorrow.”