Mubashir Mohi-ud-Din (“Din”) serves as ETM’s Evaluation Associate and has significant experience in the non-profit sector working to provide health and social services and educational programming to New York’s underserved and marginalized populations. His evaluation experience includes successfully evaluating 2 federally funded public health programs aimed at tackling racial and ethnic health disparities in the South Bronx. Din is a singer/songwriter and film composer. He currently fronts NYC band The Moors and previously Zerobridge, whose album, “Louder than All Your Words,” was released in 2017 on Carte Blanche Records and was produced by JP Bowersock (The Strokes, Julian Casablancas, Kesha). His songs have been featured in notable independent features such as: “The Messenger” (2009, Woody Harrelson, Ben Forster, and Jenna Malone); “Amira and Sam” (2015, Martin Starr, Dina Shihabi); and “The Light of the Moon” (2017, Stephanie Beatriz, Michael Stahl-David). Din also composed the film score to the critically acclaimed “Valley of Saints,” a narrative feature set in the disputed territory of Kashmir, India, which won the World Dramatic Audience award at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. Born in Yorkshire, England, to parents who emigrated from Kashmir, Din grew up in the Maryland/DC area before moving to New York. Din earned his Master’s in Public Health from the CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College and a BA in English from The George Washington University.