Rady Mom was born in Cambodia. He and his family came to the U.S as refugees to escape the civil war. Mom became a U.S citizen in 1990. He is a long time resident of the Highlands community where he lives with his wife, Sirady Van and their four children. Mom attended the Daley Jr. High School, Greater Lowell Regional Vocational School and Middlesex Community College. His four children are also attending Lowell public schools. Mom is a small business owner specializing in accupressure therapy.
Mom has served as a community organizer in various leadership roles for over 20 years. He is a former Board member of the Boys & Girls Club of Lowell, the Board of Governance of Saints Medical Center, Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association, the Angkor Dance Troupe, LOCA and the Khmer Cultural Council (KCC).
Mom was a Delegate to the White House in 1998 as a Member of the City of Lowell Empowerment Zone, a city initiative that provided grants to start-up businesses in Lowell. He was an active member in the All American City Committee and a Delegate to the successful presentation that lead to Lowell’s designation as an All American City in 1998.