Mojdeh Kamali is a business graduate from the University of Tehran, currently studying Master of Architecture with a focus on social sustainability at the University of Calgary, Canada. She is passionate about public space design and its impact on the people's lifestyle. Her passion and curiosity in this field directed her to join communities in which people seek to explore and offer models for a human-scale public space.
At TUIC, Mojdeh founded and directed the project FLIP in 2017. She also collaborated with the Deaf-Friendly City studio as an advisor in 2019.