Naomi Ahsan attended American University’s Washington College of Law as a Public Interest Public Service Scholar. She also served as Articles Editor of the Health Law and Policy Brief as well as on the staff for the Administrative Law Review and the executive board of the Equal Justice Foundation. She was also a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Honor Society. Naomi was the director of the Washington College of Law’s annual In My Back Yard community service program, which organized approximately 200 volunteers from the law school at sites throughout Washington, D.C. Before she began her legal education, Naomi worked at the Center for Community Change, a nonprofit and nonpartisan organization dedicated to the political empowerment of people of low income, with emphasis on people of color. Naomi holds a B.S. in Neuroscience from the University of Rochester, where she was a National Merit Scholar, was published in the Journal of Undergraduate Research, and won the Fannie Bigelow Prize for Women’s leadership. As an undergraduate, Naomi completed fellowships with Young People For as well as the Roosevelt Institute Campus Network Summer Academy. She was active with the College Diversity Roundtable, Students for Interfaith Action, Muslim Students Association, and Jumpstart, an Americorps organization. Naomi studied abroad in Egypt and also volunteered as a medic with the Brighton Volunteer Ambulance corps in Rochester.