At Bennett Midland, Ahmed has supported the implementation of new intake business processes for Sanctuary for Families, a leading service provider for victims of gender violence in New York City, as well as development of an innovative legal services model for Immigrant Justice Corps. He led many of our research activities about program practices and internal operations to guide the integration of two leading foster care practices in New York City and better serve children and families. He supports several cities tackling diverse urban challenges as part of the Innovation Teams program, including the Syracuse i-team’s work on housing stability.
Ahmed has a background in public policy and management and has worked internationally in the not-for-profit and public sectors. Prior to joining Bennett Midland, Ahmed worked as a grant consultant for a consortium of ten European partners, including policy think tanks, not-for-profits, and university research centers across Europe. Ahmed has also worked with public and not-for-profit sector partners in Pakistan, including the British Council, Society for Advancement of Education (SAHE), and the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan on education, youth, and minority issues. Ahmed holds a BS in Political Science from the Lahore University of Management Sciences and an MA in Public Policy from the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy, Germany.