Ibrahim Abdul-Matin is a former National Urban Fellow and policy advisor to Mayor Bloomberg, Ibrahim spends his days pounding political and executive corridors to find integrated solutions to complex business and social challenges.
On stage, he lights up audiences showcasing Frontier’s techniques for positively shifting human behavior.
A regular WNYC broadcaster, on the airwaves you’re likely to find him expounding perspectives on football, faith and the environment (sometimes all at the same time). In print you’ll find him as the author of The Green Deen, and a contributing author to All-American: 45 American Men On Being Muslim.
Holding a BA from University of Rhode Island (where he allegedly played a little football) and an MPA from Baruch College, Ibrahim is the man-in-demand for projects at the intersection of corporate innovation, government policy and community communications.