Director of the Professional and Personal Development Program
Abraham Alhomadi is a second-generation Yemeni American. Currently, he is pursuing a master's in finance and economics at the Huntsman School of Business, in Utah. He holds a Bachelor's in Foreign Policy and Economics from Georgetown University. After graduating Gergetown, he worked in the public sector as a community organizer and policy advocate. Working for the City of Madera, in California, he led the city's community engagement division. After that, he worked for the New York City Mayor's Office as a community associate in the immigration affairs department. Then before returning to pursue his master's, he worked as a water policy analyst in CA across six counties in the Central Valley. Today, he is a research fellow with the Center for Growth and Opportunity, where he researches topics related to next-gen technology and innovation, federal and state policy, and regulation, This upcoming summer, Abraham will be joining the U.S. Federal Reserve as a Summer Associate and hopes to excel in his finance and economics endeavors.