Ms. Ebrahim has over 10 years of experience in international climate policy, environmental economics, and carbon projects. She has worked with the OECD in Paris on the economics of biodiversity policy reform and financing marine biodiversity; for the Maldives’ UN mission in New York focused on sustainable development issues in multiple UN forums; and with ICF International in London consulting for the European Commission. Previously, Naazia directly managed a cocoa agroforestry project in Cote d’Ivoire. She also worked with the US Forest Service in Alaska and has held a variety of other leadership roles, notably in fisheries economics, for which she led a team of researchers in a 10-year update of global fisheries subsidies estimations, and in policy, sales and marketing strategies for REDD+ projects.
Ms. Ebrahim holds a Master of Environmental Management from the Yale School of the Environment and a Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering Science from the University of Toronto.