Ahmed Elmoursi, MD, is currently enrolled in the Master of Public Health Program at Harvard University, and he is one of the academic program representatives. He received his medical degree from Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt. Before joining Harvard, Ahmed was a clinical researcher at the University of Kentucky, where he conducted clinical research on gastrointestinal and inflammatory bowel diseases. His findings have been presented at national and international meetings, as well as in multiple publications. Ahmed’s interest in public health was fortified while traveling between countries to implement different projects and interventions for underserved communities in Africa and Asia. With the growth of his network, he was able to present these projects to larger audiences, through television and radio episodes, as well as national and international newspapers and magazines. He was elected twice as the youngest board member of one of the largest organizations in the Middle East, where he implemented numerous projects focused on human and health development. Ahmed is a bronze and silver holder of the Duke of Edinburgh International Award.