Congresswoman Grace Meng
Saif Inam comes to the APAICS Fellowship with extensive Capitol Hill experience. He has interned in the House and Senate, in Washington, D.C. and the district office, as well as in an advocacy role off the Hill. Saif also worked as a legal intern at the Department of Interior.
Prior to becoming an APAICS Fellow, Saif worked with an organization that focused on the intersection of national security and civil rights. He worked on issues such as racial profiling, countering violent extremism, hate crimes, and anti-minority bigotry. Saif’s role included engaging Members of Congress and their staff on legislation, organizing briefings on various domestic and foreign policy issues for the Capitol Hill community, and creating memos and policy papers for policy-makers.
A native of Atlanta, Saif has a bachelor’s degree in Business Economics and Public Policy from The George Washington University (GWU) and a law degree from Georgia State University.