Inca Mohamed "is the Executive Director of the Management Assistance Group (MAG) in Washington, DC. She is internationally recognized for her group facilitation skills and has over 25 years of experience working with and managing nonprofit organizations addressing gender equity, sexual and reproductive health and rights, youth development and diversity. Inca has served as a senior manager, trainer, and service provider at local, national and governmental levels including Planned Parenthood in San Francisco, the Hawaii Department of Health, and The Door youth center in New York City. During her tenure at the YWCA of the USA, Inca provided leadership development and management consultation to YWCA affiliates across the country. Prior to joining MAG, Inca was a program officer at the Ford Foundation, where for 7 years she was responsible for both domestic and international youth development programming. Among the organizations she has assisted are DC Agenda, National community for Latino Leadership, the Moriah Fund, I Am Your Child Foundation, the National Women's Health Network, the Economic, Social and Cultural Right Network, The Funders Network for Population and Reproductive Health and Rights, the American Civil Liberties Union, the Ford Foundation and the Alan Guttmacher Institute.“ 
Resources and articles
- Board, US Human Rights Network, accessed January 21, 2011.
- ”Biography”, Accessed January 2007.