Ali Ahmad: Covid-19 Makes Participating in the 2020 Census More Important Than Ever

An accurate census count is critical for ALL underrepresented communities and could increase how much money the federal government gives to public health programs, schools, and more services in your city. The COVID-19 pandemic has really outlined the importance of such programs for our country. Join us to learn more about the 2020 Census count and what it means for our community and why you need to fill it out ASAP.

About Ali Ahmad:
Ali Ahmad is the Associate Director for Communications at the U.S. Census Bureau. He is responsible for leading the internal and external communications activities of the United States’ largest statistical agency. This includes oversight of marketing, public affairs, congressional and intergovernmental affairs, partner engagement, and media relations. Prior to joining the Census Bureau in 2018, Ahmad worked in policy and communications positions at the federal, state, and local levels, and with a national trade association. Ahmad is a graduate of the University of Virginia, with a degree in economics and history.


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