Noha Ahmed joined the Maryland Chamber of Commerce as membership services representative in the fall of 2016.
A recent college graduate, Ahmed has already held several leadership roles. Prior to joining the Chamber, she developed her interest in effective advocacy and strategic communications at Grieboski Global Strategies, where she managed diplomatic outreach for the firm with corporate and government clients. At CSAAC—a nationally recognized leader in developing services for individuals with autism—Ahmed managed recruitment duties, led multiple quality assurance audits, and drafted company policies. She discovered her passion for public service while working on Elizabeth Embry’s mayoral campaign in Baltimore and while serving as a No Kid Hungry ambassador at the DC Capital Area Food Bank, where she coordinated advocacy events through youth service committees and organized the annual partner conference in DC.
Noha received her dual B.A. from the University of Maryland Baltimore County in political science & international relations and linguistics in May of 2016.