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Muhammad T. Alameldin serves as the Policy Associate at the Terner Center, where he leverages cutting-edge research to shape housing policy across local, state, and federal levels. Throughout his career, Muhammad has been instrumental in enacting policy reforms that address systematic racial inequities, expand paid internships, and enhance income distribution strategies. He has also played a pivotal role in streamlining missing middle and affordable housing production, as well as advancing several other housing initiatives. His contributions include numerous policy papers and briefs that analyze the impacts of housing legislation and propose reforms to overcome systemic barriers to housing production.

Currently, Muhammad is an active board member of the Casita Coalition and the Greenlining Institute. He is also an elected member of the Rockridge Community Planning Council. His work has been featured in a variety of publications from The Atlantic to CalMatters as well the White House’s 2024 Economic Report of the President.

Muhammad is also a proud alumnus of the University of California, Berkeley with a BA in Political Science.