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Ahmed Maalim Adow is a trained lawyer with a keen interest in research, particularly in the areas of public policy, law, democracy, programs and governance. With over six years of experience in governance and advocacy spaces, he has established himself as a thought leader in the industry.

Has worked a consultant where has undertaken different tasks such as conducted various research, including legislative, organizational, and assessments, to identify valuable opportunities and address pressing concerns. Ahmed has held several leadership positions in governance, advocacy, and political space most importantly Founding Coordinator Kenya Young Members of County Assembly (KYMCA), a county legislative caucus that brings together young legislators at the county level to advocate for and support pro-youth legislation and policies.

Ahmed’s contributions to national discourse have not gone unnoticed. He has published several articles, including “Why is it time to re-look the 2010 Constitution,” “Use law change to achieve inclusivity,” “Let’s face the truth of living a lie on graft war,” “What is at stake for the youth as we troop to the ballot box?” and “Negotiated Democracy should lead to inclusion, not marginalization.” His opinions on newspapers such as Standard Media have been instrumental in shaping public discourse and policy formulation.

Ahmed’s experience in governance and advocacy, coupled with his research expertise, makes him an invaluable asset to any organization seeking to promote good governance and leadership. He holds Bachelor of laws (LLB) from the University of Nairobi and currently pursuing Masters of Laws (LLM) at the same Institution. In his free time, he likes to read biographies, write pieces, watch movies, travel mainly nature walks.