Mohammad Curtis


Museum Coordinator

Moved to Colorado in December of 1998 after father had passed and has since integrated himself into the lifestyle and culture that Pueblo has to offer.  Seeking to enhance his leadership and networking skills, Mohammad attended Colorado State University- Pueblo in 2016 going on to receive his BA in History, Anthropology and Philosophy in May of 2021.  He has worked for Pueblo Heritage Museum since February of 2021 as the Museum Coordinator as well as working at El Pueblo History Museum as an Event Host and being on the committee for the Pueblo Levee Mural Project.  He hopes to further expand his footprint here in Pueblo and truly make an impact to benefit the city and its people. Being a first-generation American has given Mohammad an insight into what it is like being new to this country and how different cultures are seen throughout the world.  This has been a major benefit to understanding Pueblo roots as a major melting pot and trade hub. He hopes to further his career in the near future and find his own place in the history books.