Faheem Ahmed is a medical doctor with a background in public health (MPH) and policy (NHS England), currently undertaking his MBA at London & Columbia Business Schools. Born in South London of Bangladeshi descent, Faheem has committed himself to addressing the growing burden of local and global health inequalities.
“Every human deserves to live a wholesome and productive life. My ambition is to help make cities smarter, fairer and healthier to support growing urban populations fulfil their potential” – says Faheem.
As a founding director of the international NGO, Selfless, Faheem has improved access to healthcare for over 50,000 people worldwide over the past decade. The NGO is led by millennials from the diaspora, working to empower their own communities in the UK and overseas. With over 50 lead-author publications and presentations, Faheem’s innovative approach to healthcare financing, delivery and technology has received recognition from Stanford to the World Economic Forum.