Director of Program Development, Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC)
Rehana Mohammed is a passionate leader and management professional with a background in public policy. Rehana is the Director of Program Development at the Universal Service Administrative Company where she leads a team of 15 staff and managers to execute change management, data analysis, product management and strategic communications for the over $600 million Rural Health Care program. This program funds connectivity for rural health clinics in the U.S.. Previously, she was a Presidential Management Fellow at the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB). At OMB, she created and managed government-wide fiscal transparency policy and was the lead policy analyst for federal spending transparency. Rehana serves as Board Chair at The DC Center for the LGBT Community, a local LGTQ non-profit organization. She was also recently elected as Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner in Single Member District 2F07 and will begin serving in that role in January 2021. Rehana was previously a 2017 Victory Empowerment Fellow with the LGBTQ Victory Institute. She holds an MS in Public Policy and Management from Carnegie Mellon University and a BS in Foreign Service from Georgetown University. Rehana is originally from Takoma Park, MD and currently lives in Washington, D.C. with her wife and their two cats.