Nadia Mohamed (she/her) serves as GARE’s Director of Network Narrative and Communication, where she strengthens GARE’s communication strategies and infrastructure, raises the visibility of the network, and collaborates to craft and advance a compelling narrative of multiracial democracy, and the role and responsibilities of government.
She has been part of numerous political artist-activist collectives, networks, fellowships, and interdisciplinary workshops including Paper Tiger TV, Deep Dish TV, The Laundromat Project, The People’s Forum, The Illuminator, Kopkind, the Center for Story-based Strategy, and more.
She holds an B.A. in Social and Cultural Analysis from New York University, and an M.F.A. from Hunter College. A writer and media maker, her creative work focuses on people, place, power, and perception. Nadia listens, dreams, and creates from a small city that sleeps on the Hudson.