Moumita Ahmed

Moumita, a smiling Bangladeshi woman, holds a megaphone in her right hand. She is wearing a brown suit.
Labor Representative (South)
(347) 753-3634

I am a Bangladeshi American community organizer from Queens, New York. I am a proud daughter of working-class parents. My mother worked in fast food and my father still works at a factory packaging medicine. During the pandemic, I founded a Mutual Aid network to support families struggling to access food and pay rent. I also served as the field and education director for the campaign to pass ranked-choice voting in New York City. In addition, I have experience organizing communities for political power in Las Vegas. I love the outdoors and volunteering to plant trees. My motto is to be a person who sits with the broken not stand with the great.