Mohamad (Alex) Daher is the Chairman and co-founder of 3MD, Inc. a family-owned portfolio of businesses based in Redmond, Washington that includes Denali Advanced Integration, a global technology integrator.
Mohamad has been a life-long entrepreneur with a proven track-record of demonstrated successes. His passion for building companies was born out of necessity when his Kuwait-based family became displaced during the first Gulf War. In order to provide for his family and bring them to the United States, Mohamad and his brothers created their first business, Microstandard Distributors, and thus created the foundation for 3MD, Inc and Denali.
In 2014, Mohamad was named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year and his companies are routinely recognized for delivering outstanding business outcomes and being a leader in corporate social responsibility in the Puget Sound region.
Most recently, Puget Sound Business Journal named Denali to various prestigious awards including: 2019 Largest Private Companies, Middle Market Fast 50, Corporate Philanthropy List Makers and Washington’s Largest Family-Owned Companies.
Denali is also recognized as a leader in enterprise technology and has received numerous industry accolades including: The Channel Company’s Solution Provider 500, Tech Elite 250 and Managed Service Provider 500 to name a few.
Mohamad and the Daher family make giving back to the community a priority by holding their annual Denali Dash event to benefit Seattle Children’s Hospital. Since its founding in 1992, Denali has been active in providing a hand up to the community through philanthropic initiatives. Denali has contributed more than $5 million to non-profit organizations over the past 27 years.
Mohamad and his wife reside in Bellevue where they enjoy exercising and the great outdoors. They have two sons who are pursuing their passions and looking to make an impact in their communities. Their oldest is a software developer and recent graduate of University of Southern California where their youngest son is currently enrolled. Mohamad graduated from the University of Portland with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Design Engineering.