Mohamud Noor represents District 60B in the Minnesota House of Representative. District 60B includes the University of Minnesota, Augsburg University and the Marcy-Holmes, Prospect Park, Como, and Cedar-Riverside neighborhoods in Minneapolis. He was elected to serve in 2018.
As Chair of Workforce and Economic Development, Noor is responsible for advancing economic opportunity for Minnesotans, and supporting job creation and business growth.
Noor has spent the better part of his life focused on community engagement and has since been dedicated to leadership, service, and advocacy. He has served on and worked with boards of directors, commissions and committees including Human Services, Judiciary, Higher Education, Ways and Means, Legislative Budget Office Commission, St. Anthony Falls Heritage Board, Council for Minnesotans of African Heritage, and Minneapolis Board of Education.
Noor devotes his time to advocating for families, children, youth, students, seniors, disabled, and workers. He is committed to amplifying the unique voices of young people and all his constituents.
Noor earned his Bachelor of Science from Metropolitan State University in Computer Science. He has worked for Hennepin County, the Minnesota Department of Human Services in the role of System Administrator.
Noor is a native of Somalia, he migrated to the United States in 1999 and has called Minneapolis his home. He lives in the Southeast Como neighborhood with his wife, Farhiya Del, who is an educator with the Minneapolis Public Schools, and their four children.