Ahmed Nadeem is Chief of the Financial Management Division with the US Secret Service, where he is responsible for execution, development and stewardship of the Secret Service’s resources. He oversees multiple financial management branches including Financial Systems, Financial Statements, Accounting, Payments, Travel and Relocation and Credit Card program.
Ahmed has over seventeen years of experience in federal accounting, federal auditing and federal financial management. He began working with the Secret Service in May 2018, bringing with him a wealth of financial management skills and talent for organizational transformation and enhancement. Previously, he was Chief, Financial Accounting and Compliance at Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency. After obtaining his bachelors degree, Ahmed worked with multiple Big 4 Accounting firms where he practiced federal financial auditing and audit readiness.
A recognized leader in strategic planning, conflict management and solution development, Ahmed is a passionate advocate for technology modernization and Robotics Process Automation. He has extensive experience in coordinating and collaborating with multiple executive teams, Congressional and legislative entities and other key stakeholders to implement sustainable programs across federal agencies.
Ahmed is also a Certified Public Accountant in the Commonwealth of Virginia and holds a Master’s in Business Administration with concentration in National Defense and a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from George Mason University. Ahmed is also an adjunct professor of Accounting at Northern Virginia Community College and Marian University in Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin. Ahmed lives in Virginia with his wife and two children, and enjoys coaching kids soccer and indulging in history books. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.