Muhammad T. Alameldin is the Policy Associate for the Terner Center. He brings the Center’s innovative research to inform housing policy at the local, state, and federal levels. He is driven by the desire to help every person live in an affordable and sustainable home.
Prior to joining the Terner Center, Muhammad was an Economic Equity Fellow for The Greenlining Institute, a public policy, research, and advocacy social justice organization. He led the economic equity team’s state legislative efforts in Mortgage Interest Deduction reform and supporting equitable housing policies, and he co-authored A Fair Financial System: Regulating Fintech and Nonbank Lenders.
Prior to his work at Greenlining, Muhammad communicated housing policy ideas to the public at California YIMBY and successfully helped lobby Congress to start paying their legislative interns at Pay Our Interns.
Muhammad is a former Cal Bear, holding a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Muhammad has written for and been cited in a variety of publications, from CalMatters to The Atlantic.