Naghmana Ahmed-Sherazi is a scientist, educator, medical professional and community leader running for City Council District 1 in the city of Spokane. Naghmana has called Spokane home for over seven years. She serves on the board of Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane (PJALS), as the Secretary of Muslims for Community Action and Support (MCAS), and is an active member of Refugee Connection, the Center for Justice, Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom, and Spokane Coalition of Color, in addition to her role as outreach coordinator for Spokane Women Together. Naghmana is also a mother to an 18-year-old son who graduated from high school in June.
Naghmana’s main concern for our district is quality of life. Affordable housing, our local economy and jobs, and our environment directly impact the quality of life for her constituents. As a City Councilperson, Naghmana will always make the needs & concerns of her constituents (OUR Community) a priority. more...
Community & Housing
Naghmana will champion affordable housing and safer neighborhoods.
Naghmana will will work to protect and improve our streets, sidewalks, and shared community treasures like parks and waterways.
Naghmana will will be a voice for prosperity through small business development and education.