Ahmed Mohamed graduated from Duke University in 2019 with a B.A. in Public Policy and a certificate in Philosophy, Politics, & Economics (PPE). As an undergraduate, he worked for the university’s Office of Licensing and Ventures as a communications intern, writing digital stories on entrepreneurship for Duke Today. During his senior year, Ahmed interned for Indy Week, where he worked with a team of reporters to write about bail reform and education trends in Durham, North Carolina. Prior to attending NYU to study for a Masters degree in Business & Economics Reporting, he interned with the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s Research team, where he analyzed the personal financial disclosures, social media accounts, and media appearances of elected officials. He is interested in reporting on the intersection of politics and economics. He is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ). Ahmed loves discovering new music, reading, traveling, and cheering on his Blue Devils. He is a citizen of the United States.