Rumsha Ahmed


Rumsha Ahmed

Program Specialist

Contact Rumsha with questions about our conferences, peer learning and other programming.

As a program specialist, Rumsha helps ensure quality GEO conferences, remote peer learning opportunities and other programming, as well as managing the Program Team’s short- and long-term planning with the Associate Vice President of Programs.

Prior to joining GEO, Rumsha worked as a peer tutor at George Mason University’s Writing Center and as a Communications Intern at Strategies for International Development, a small international development nonprofit that helps farmers improve the quality of their products and create business plans. She taught English in Turkey at a summer camp and was a Clerk II with a government contracting firm.

Rumsha serves as Co-Chair of the Emerging Practitioners of Philanthropy’s D.C. chapter and volunteers with Asian American LEAD. She graduated from George Mason University with two bachelor’s degrees in Economics and Global Affairs, concentrating in International Development. Outside of GEO, you can find her with a book or catching up on current events, attempting to cook and learn languages, and exploring D.C., the States and beyond.