Rahim Mohamed (PhD, MPP) is a nationally recognized columnist, researcher and thought leader. He has served in various high-profile political and policy-focused roles in both Canada and the United States, including an internship with the 2008 John McCain presidential campaign.
Rahim holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and has taught at Wake Forest University and Centre College (Danville, KY). His scholarly (peer-reviewed) writing has appeared in several respected academic journals, including The Independent Review, the Canadian Review of Social Policy, and Policy Options. His writings on social policy and Canadian federalism regularly appear on college syllabi.
Rahim is a regular contributor to National Post, The Line and The Hub, among other widely read periodicals.