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Ahmadou Dramé

Ahmadou Dramé

Ahmadou “Mo” Dramé is the Housing and Community Development Manager at MPC. Prior to joining MPC, he served as the Director of Policy, Advocacy and Legislative Affairs at Safer Foundation, one of the nation’s largest organizations helping people with arrest and conviction records reenter society. Mo was instrumental in the passage of the Just Housing Amendment – an ordinance that prevents housing discrimination against millions of people with records in Cook County, Illinois. Prior to working at Safer Foundation, he worked as a Community Organizer on Chicago’s West Side.

Beyond work, Mo enjoys working out, traveling, and reading. A few of his favorite books include “I’ve Got the Light of Freedom: The Organizing Tradition and the Mississippi Freedom Struggle” and “Finding the Winning Edge” by Bill Walsh. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Political Science and his master’s degree in Public Administration, both from DePaul University. Mo Chairs the Board of Chicago United for Equity.

Ahmadou Dramé

Housing and Community Development Manager

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Phone: 312 863 6044


Master of Public Administration, DePaul University

B.S. in Political Science, DePaul University