Abdul Muhammad II
Abdul Muhammad II brings over 20 years of experience as a Brand Growth Strategist,
Digital Marketer, Executive Coach, Speaker, and Mindfulness Facilitator.
As MDM Ventures’ Founder and Chief Growth Officer, he specializes in business and
personal growth. MDM's “People, Brand, and Tech” focuses on SMB’s dedicated to
social impact within the health and wellness, travel and tourism, entertainment, and
financial technology industries.
Previously as Partner and Chief Digital Officer for rbb Communications and Director of
Social Marketing for Zimmerman Advertising, Abdul directed client accounts for Apple
Leisure Group, Brown & Brown Insurance, DHL Express, Facebook, White Castle, Pep
Boys, Saks 5th Avenue, and Party City. His team continually produced nationally
recognized, award-winning digital marketing campaigns.
For nearly 30 years, Abdul has championed the Quality Life Center of Southwest
Florida, an organization that provides at-risk children with the tools they need to make a
difference in Arts, Character, and Education (ACE); with new and expanded programs
for community engagement including mental health and wellness, entrepreneurship and
workforce development make up the 3-tiers of QLC’s mission.
Over the last decade, Abdul intertwined his dedication to mindset, community, and
consciousness into his daily lifestyle. As a certified “Breathwork Coach”, martial artist,
and yogi, he delivers a unique Mind Development Mastery practice that provides a
transformative lifestyle resource for those seeking personal and professional growth via
mindfulness. He is a partner and Chief Growth Officer for RefreshMEN.co leading
advocacy and the delivery of mental health and wellness services led by melanated
Creatively integrating his passion for music and social activism, he co-founded
ReadyMade Entertainment (RME), a tech company and lifestyle brand that leverages
Blockchain technology as exclusive NFT accessed experiences. RME is committed to
teaching youth about mindfulness, financial literacy, and building generational wealth as
access to freedom. A portion of all they make go to the nonprofit, Quality Life Center, to
educate the youth and reduce violence, and drug dealing.