Neima Abdulahi is an award-winning journalist at 11Alive in Atlanta. She was born in Somalia and grew up in the Atlanta area where she graduated from Decatur High School.

One of her proudest moments is continuously covering the Atlanta Child Murders case with exclusive content about the investigation and family interviews. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said in a tearful one-on-one interview that because of Neima's reports, the city is now building a memorial to remember the 29 victims in an honorable way.

Neima specializes in producing cultural content that focus on providing in-depth coverage of Atlanta’s minority communities. Her morning show segment 'ATL Culture' airs weekly and showcases the city's vibrant cultural identity. 

Neima joined the 11Alive team in May 2016 and has been nominated twice for an Emmy Award. Prior to that, she worked as a reporter for FOX46 in Charlotte where she received two RTDNAC awards.

Neima got her start while working for the college newscast at Elon University. She also spent four consecutive summers with the Emma Bowen Foundation’s internship program. That’s where she got her first newsroom experience learning from professionals in the industry.

Neima considers herself a hip-hop historian so feel free to quiz her on just about any music from Outkast to Gucci Mane.

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