Muhammad Ali


Muhammad joined PPL as an analyst with a strong background in economics and evidence-based change.

Since joining PPL, Muhammad has worked within Integrated Care Partnerships to support development of their strategies, facilitating stakeholder and community engagement and turning feedback into a clear and actionable vision for the client to take forward.  He has mapped services being delivered across local areas, identifying and highlighting areas of best practice.  Muhammad has also supported the development of a sustainable discharge model for an Integrated Care System, leading workshop discussions with senior stakeholders and designing effective interventions to prototype on wards.

Whilst at university, Muhammad was elected to represent the interests of over 40,000 students in the role of Students’ Union Community Officer. This was a full-time, sabbatical year position which involved working with the university, the city council, and many other public and third sector organisations.  In this role, he served as a Director and Trustee of the Students’ Union.

A notable area of Muhammad’s work centred around safety in the night-time economy, bringing together a multi-agency coalition of stakeholders to work on preventing drink spiking and increasing welfare provision.  In recognition of his work, he was awarded a Vice Chancellor’s Medal.

Muhammad has spent much of his life involved in charitable fundraising and volunteering, including leading a charity trek to Everest Base Camp for the Meningitis Research Foundation. Through this work, he received a Level 2 Award from the Institute of Leadership and Management and has been involved in training other challenge leaders nationally.

Muhammad holds a BSc (Hons) in Economics and Econometrics from the University of Nottingham.