Mobeena received a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from Lamar University, with minors in chemistry and mathematics. She grew up in a heavy oil and gas town, and living in a state where the economy largely runs off of this industry, she developed an interest in educating people about the effects on their health and the overall environment. She is passionate about discussing issues related to achieving environmental justice and overcoming environmental racism because these topics are rarely ever spoken about. She believes in the value of unbiased, fair, and ethical science.
Her mother was a Montessori directress, so she was exposed to the teaching methods of Dr. Maria Montessori through her pre-school and kindergarten years. She appreciates the Montessori approach to educating young and inquisitive minds, and she is excited to share her passion for teaching science through a humanities framework.