Ahmed Alamri (Mojomora)
|Ahmed Alamri (Mojomora)|
|Native name||Ahmed Alamri|
|🏡 Residence||San Diego, California|
|🏫 Education||Fresno State; California Western School of Law|
Ahmed Alamri (born September 5th, 1994) is an American entrepreneur, producer, juris-doctor and business owner based in San Diego. Alamri founded DARK, a media entertainment, management, and full-service marketing company.
He also serves as Editor-in-Chief of DARK Magazine, a viral digital magazine with over 70,000 site subscribers.
With over 500 features, Dark Magazine has collaborated with dozens of celebrities, athletes, artists, influencers and Hollywood actors including recording artist Mac Ayres, UFC #4 Flyweight Alex Perez, The Fault in Our Stars Actress Emily Peachey, influencer Lexy Panterra, X-Factor Finalist Joey Djia, Miss Universe Finalist Dora Rodriguez, Emmy nominated artist Nevrmind, and several others.
He helped launched several startups during his high school and college years, including location-based social network Trickle and viral app game Dab Like Diplo which featured several celebrity caricatures including Justin Bieber, Kanye West, Nicki Minaj, & Lil Wayne.
During his time in Law School, Alamri was also hired as a graphics coordinator and webmaster for several law firms, clothing brands, and startups in the San Diego area before launching his own startup.
Law & Advocacy
In 2019, Alamri joined a nonprofit intellectual property law firm specializing in legal services, education, and public policy advocacy for creators, entrepreneurs and internet users.
In March 2020, Alamri launched his own personal blog out of his apartment and within a few months started interviewing Hollywood actors, producers, and mainstream artists.After learning the skills of influencer marketing, public relations, and social media, Alamri combined his experience in law, tech, and entertainment to launch his own media company DARK in 2020. In 2020, Alamri became a media coordinator and one of the first legal advocates for the National Association for Equity In The Legal Profession (Nonprofit organization advocating for racial, gender, economic, & disability justice in the legal profession).
In 2020, Vice News interviewed Alamri in a segment regarding scholars, graduates, and students who are are rebelling against eye-tracking exam surveillance tools.