Amir Ahmad Nasr, aka DRIMA, is a Sudanese-born Canadian storyteller, producer, and Director of Assertive & Co.


As a Storyteller

Amir is the author of a banned memoir, a forthcoming play, and numerous pieces on politics, technology, and international affairs.

As a Producer

Amir is the host of A Tribe Called Story, an artist collective and podcast series on the power of storytelling and the storytelling of power.

As an Entrepreneur

Amir is the Director of Assertive & Co., a boutique business storytelling consultancy serving creatives, business professionals, and Internet entrepreneurs.



  • “… Amir Ahmad Nasr argues that the Internet also provides a space for learning and growth, even liberation.”The Atlantic
  • “… the possibility that he may be right imparts to his pages an electric glow, as if from an LCD screen.”The Wall Street Journal
  • “… reflects a widespread trend with important political and cultural implications.”Foreign Policy
  • “Amir’s case demonstrates the utter ridiculousness of this ban.”Rare.US
  • “… formidable speaker.”WIRED

Praise for Amir’s Storytelling…

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“… sheds light on a generation of revolutionary life-hackers poised to change the global conversation about religion and politics.”

– G. Willow Wilson, NY Times best-selling author of Ms Marvel comics by

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“… significant book, especially at this time in our history… This is the right message, at the right time, from the right person.”

– Ken Wilber, world-renowned philosopher of consciousness featured in trilogy set of

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“It’s impossible for me to emphasize how powerful this framework is and what a wonderful coach Amir is.”

– Vishen Lakhiani, NYT best-selling author and Founder & CEO of

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