Cynthia Ahmed, Harvard Law School
Cynthia is currently a 3rd year J.D. candidate at Harvard Law School. Cynthia is a proud first-generation Bangladeshi-American and an enthusiastic NJ native. Cynthia is a proud product of the public school system having attended public schools in NJ for her k-college education. She graduated from New Jersey Institute of Technology - Martin Tuchman School of Management with a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business Management summa cum laude and from the Catholic Université Catholique de Lyon- ESDES School of Business & Management with a Masters in International Business Administration (MIBA).
At Harvard Law School, Cynthia currently serves as the President of the South Asian Law Students Association, Vice President of the Muslim Law Students Association, Women of Color Chair in the Women's Law Student Association, and is involved with various other law school activities. She is passionate about making Harvard a more inclusive, representative, and supportive space for diverse people, in the full sense of diversity. As Vice-Chair for Policy, Cynthia strives to help students across the Harvard Graduate schools build collation and successfully advocate for policy changes and initiatives that serve all of our communities.
Past Chairs of Policy
- Geena Parvaiz Saleh 2019-2020
- Melina Kim, 2018-2019
- Kelly Ramirez, 2017-2018
- Nidhin Vidyan, 2016-2017