Ibrahim is a corporate attorney practicing in Virginia and has been a fixture in Virginia’s Democratic Party since 2009. During the 2009 legislative session, Ibrahim served as the legislative assistant to Del. David Poisson. He has served on 2 state boards since 2014 and is currently on the Real Estate Board. Locally, Ibrahim has been a member of the Loudoun Fiscal Impact Committee since 2016.
Ibrahim is running for the Board of Supervisors because he understands that the county’s growth must be countywide, systemic, and deliberate
He is focused on three major issues:
Schools: Our children’s education is the best investment we can make collectively for Loudoun’s future.
Land Use: The services in Sterling need to be on par with the rest of the County, specifically the newer developments.
Transportation: One of the biggest headaches to Loudoun residents is the congestion on their roads.