Ahmed Mori

Focus Area:
Community and Economic DevelopmentShared Ownership
Mori Ahmet
Catalyst Miami
Vice President, Community Economic Development
Miami, Florida

Ahmed Mori is the Vice President of Community Economic Development at Catalyst Miami, where he oversees worker cooperative development, real estate investment cooperative development, and efforts to strengthen the non-profit economic development ecosystem in Miami-Dade County. He also leads project and policy implementation research initiatives to investigate how economic and extra-economic institutions, organizations, norms, and conventions both enable and limit cooperative economic projects geared towards social change. As an attorney, Ahmed has represented worker cooperatives, community groups involved in anti-gentrification and anti-displacement struggles, tenants battling eviction in court, and affordable housing and community development nonprofits in Miami, South Texas, and New York City. Ahmed holds a JD from Columbia University School of Law, an MA in Political Economy from Columbia University, and a BA in Philosophy from Florida International University.