Moose is a social entrepreneur, producer, and national housing expert specializing in private placements, loss mitigation, and neighborhood stabilization. While serving as LoanMod.com’s Chairman & CEO, he co-founded Aleph Advisors, a boutique advisory firm focused on helping U.S. companies do business in the MENA (Middle East & North Africa) region. Prior to founding LoanMod.com, Moose practiced corporate law at the international law firm of Proskauer Rose in New York City, clerked in the New York State Supreme Court, and interned at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of New York. Moose founded Mizna Entertainment which produced the Arab American Comedy Show and viral MTV spoof videos that include Arab CRIBS, Nexted, and Made. He is a founding board member of HYPE Athletics Community (Helping Youth Progress & Excel), an athletics and social services nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering youth in the metro Detroit area. In 2010, Moose co-founded the Michigan Arab Orchestra, a 501(c)(3) organization that celebrates Arab heritage, and its music through educational outreach and performance. He has been interviewed on Fox Business News with Neil Cavuto, NPR Radio, Aljazeera, and PBS. Moose has been featured in various publications including Forbes Magazine, Crain’s Detroit Business, America.gov (U.S. State Department Publication), the Detroit Free Press, and The Washington Post. Moose received his bachelors in Economics and Management from Albion College where he played football and was a team captain for four years. He received his Juris Doctorate from Columbia Law School where he was a staff member of the Columbia Business Law Review. Moose’s notable contribution to various articles and publications include: The Essential Role of Securities Regulation (Duke Law Journal, February 2006). He is the recipient of the Raymond Jallow Award for Public Service, the Arabian Business Magazine 30 Under 30 next generation of Arab leaders, the 2010 Entrepreneur of the Year Award from the American Arab Chamber of Commerce, and is a member of the Connecticut Bar.
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