Biography For Rep. Hammoud

State Rep. Abdullah Hammoud is serving his first term representing the 15th House District, which comprises most of the city of Dearborn.

Hammoud was born and raised in Dearborn. He is the son of immigrant parents and a product of Dearborn Public Schools, having attended McDonald Elementary School, Woodworth Middle School, and Fordson High School. He has been unwavering in his commitment to the state of Michigan and the city of Dearborn, serving his community for more than a decade. Whether as a volunteer, advocate, or community activist, Hammoud has consistently given back to the community that fostered his growth and success.

He earned his bachelor’s in science from the University of Michigan-Dearborn and continued on to earn his master’s in public health from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. After working for three years as a health care consultant in Michigan, he felt a profound need to serve the international community, which led him to serve as a volunteer with the United Nations Relief and Work Agency.

In 2014, he was nominated and elected as the youngest board member for the Michigan League of Conservation Voters, where he has worked to protect Michigan’s land, air and water. As a national and state health policy expert, Hammoud previously worked as a professional health care adviser for Henry Ford Health System and Health Alliance Plan.