Dr. Raghib Muhammad
Ferguson-Florissant School District

Dr. Raghib Muhammad is an educator, entrepreneur, and thinker. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Howard University where he studied marketing.  He also holds a Masters of Business Administration and Doctorate degree from Webster University. In the Ferguson-Florissant School District, he is a marketing and NFTE entrepreneurship teacher and former Career & Technical Education (CTE) department chair at McCluer South-Berkeley High School, where he also serves as Varsity Boys Basketball Coach. In addition, he is the founder of Systems Teaching®, a framework that can help teachers become more effective in the classroom. He also serves as a founding member of the Ferguson Youth Advisory Board and volunteers with the Ferguson Youth Initiative (FYI). He is also an adjunct professor in the University of Missouri-St. Louis Advanced Credit Program. 

Dr. Muhammad also serves as Past-President of the Missouri Marketing and Cooperative Education Association (MCEA). In addition, he is the founder of Systems Teaching, a framework that can help teachers become more effective in the classroom. He also served as a founding member of the Ferguson Youth Advisory Board and volunteers with the Ferguson Youth Initiative (FYI).

Dr. Muhammad has received the Innovation in Teaching Award in 2011, was Peabody Energy’s Leader In Education Nominee in 2013, and was Ferguson-Florissant School District’s Teacher of the Year Nominee in 2015. He received the NFTE Global Enterprising Educator Award in 2015 and has been named the Society of Organizational Learning’s Camp Snowball Ambassador in 2015.