Peter Masih is a dedicated individual with a background in Psychology and Law. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from California State University, Fullerton and a Juris Doctor from California Western School of Law.
Prior to his commitment to an education in law, he served as an executive director of a 501c3 non-profit organization, where he focused his efforts on at-risk youth and foster boys. Peter has achieved remarkable success during his tenure as the executive director, including providing free haircuts and back-to-school supplies for more than 500 foster boys. He also created a program called “Literacy and Etiquette Program” for at-risk boys in south central LA, which has helped many young people succeed. Peter has successfully acquired and maintained sponsors for his non-profit organization and helped structure and fund a tutoring center in Corona, CA. His interest in tax was inspired by his time as a director of a 501c3, and during his time in law school, he excelled in courses related to tax.
Peter’s academic achievements include receiving a merit scholarship in law school and being rewarded the Dean’s Diversity and Leadership scholarship. He was also selected by the dean to interview professors the school was looking to hire, and he was one of four students selected for this board. Additionally, Peter was awarded an academic excellence award in his commercial real estate class, which was given to the student who proved to be the best negotiator.
In his free time, Peter likes to serve his church and actively sings on the praise team every week. He also spends time with his loved ones and enjoys riding his road bike as much as possible. He honors his late father with all of his success thus far and future successes to come, for himself and his clients. Peter’s diverse range of experiences and accomplishments make him a valuable asset to any organization or community he serves.
B.A. PSYCHOLOGY FROM CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY FULLERTON
J.D. FROM CALIFORNIA WESTERN SCHOOL OF LAW