Rania Ahmed is an urban thinker who values utilizing quantitative and qualitative research methods to deliver initiatives that ensure social well-being. Rania holds a M.A. in Urban Affairs from the University of San Francisco and a B.Sc. in Urban Planning from Cairo University in Egypt. One of her favorable projects was map production for the book Cairo, Center in Movement. As a Research Associate at the Council, Rania brings her compassion to utilizing the power of data analysis to develop policies for the public good in the Bay Area.