Tazeen Ahmad is the Chief Financial Officer at Capitol Hill Consulting Group. In this role, Ms. Ahmad manages the firm’s financial strategy, financial planning and analysis, financial reports, company audits, compliance, and bank relationships. She is also responsible for ensuring compliance with applicable federal, state, and local campaign finance and election laws for the firm.
Ms. Ahmad has been a lifelong advocate of issues of importance to women and over the years has worked in leadership positions with many nonprofit organizations that serve women and children. In April 2019, Tazeen Ahmad co-founded Up 2 Us Foundation, a Maryland nonprofit addressing food insecurity in Maryland and Washington, DC. She is the organization’s executive director.
In August 2020, Ms. Ahmad was named as one of the Maryland Commission for Women’s 100 Maryland Sheroes for her work in distributing food to Covid impacted families. During women’s history month, in 2021, Ms. Ahmad was a Women Making History honoree in Montgomery County.
Additionally, she served as a Commissioner on the Montgomery County Commission for Women from 2018 to 2021. While at the CFW, she co-chaired the 2020 Women’s Legislative Briefing and was on the Policy and Legislation Committee. Before her time on the Commission, Ms. Ahmad was on Montgomery County’s Victims Services Advisory Board and served as the board chair during her term there. Her time on VSAB gave her a deeper understanding not only of issues faced by victims of crime and their families but also policies that impact the criminal justice system and our community at-large with a specific focus on domestic violence and sexual assault.
Ms. Ahmad has a B.A. from Alfred University in political science and a Master’s in Journalism from the University of Maryland. She lives with her family in Potomac, Maryland.